Follow-Up: Can AI help restore our faith in photography?

Cites research by Nasir Memon, professor, and Pawel Korus, research assistant professor, in the department of computer science and engineering at NYU Tandon.  

It’s a deepfake world we’re living in. Can we get out? Researchers at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering recently published a study — titled “Neural Imaging Pipelines - the Scourge or Hope of Forensics?” — detailing a method in which a neural network would replace the photo development process inside the camera so that the original image taken is marked with something like a digital watermark to indicate the photo’s provenance in a digital forensics analysis. 

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