Are Deepfakes Invading the Office? Reviewed by Momizat on . In the most recent developer release of Apple's iOS 13 there is a feature called FaceTime Attention Correction that creates the impression that a user is starin In the most recent developer release of Apple's iOS 13 there is a feature called FaceTime Attention Correction that creates the impression that a user is starin Rating: 0
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Are Deepfakes Invading the Office?

In the most recent developer release of Apple’s iOS 13 there is a feature called FaceTime Attention Correction that creates the impression that a user is staring directly at their device’s camera. It is not entirely clear how this effect is achieved, but it is possible that Apple is applying real-time video techniques to distort images so that eye-contact between callers on video is improved.

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