New Adobe tool can detect if a face has been photoshopped

November 06, 2019

By Napier Lopez

Every year, Adobe lets its engineers have some fun with experimental projects to be demoed at the company’s Max conference. Called ‘Sneaks,’ the experiments often become integrated into Adobe products down the line. Perhaps the most interesting Sneak this time around was a feature called ‘About Face,’ which can detect when a face has been manipulated. Modern image editing tools make it incredibly easy to modify an image of a person, sometimes to make them seem more attractive, others to ridicule them. For better or worse, Adobe has been a major player in this era questionably real images. About Face seeks…

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