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Intel’s FakeCatcher can detect fake videos with 96% accuracy
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Intel’s FakeCatcher can detect fake videos with 96% accuracy

Photo : IANSAmid growing threat from misinformation, Intel has unveiled a new deepfake detection platform that can flag discrepancies with a 96% accuracy rate. The platform is the world’s first real-time deepfake detector that returns results in milliseconds..What are deepfakes?Deepfakes - a combination of the words 'deep learning' and 'fake' - are a kind of visual media wherein a person's existing image or video is replaced with another individual's likeness. The technique makes use of machine learning and artificial intelligence to create deceptive (yet realistic) content. In recent years, deepfakes have garnered focus for their potential use in pornographic material, fake news financial fraud and more. How does FakeCatcher work?According to the company, the Intel technology looks for au...
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Entire Call Of Duty Community Got Punked Over Nadia ‘Cheating’

Screenshot: Censor / YouTubeI am now convinced that “female Call of Duty streamer” is the hardest job in the world. Nadia Amine is one of the fastest growing Call of Duty: Warzone streamers on Twitch, and there’s been a ton of controversy on social media about her meteoric rise. If you search her name on YouTube or Tiktok, the videos are filled with cheating accusations against her. Seemingly joining in on the train, last week, Call of Duty professional Doug “Censor” Martin, who is the number one ranked Vanguard player in the world right now, tweeted that he was going to start unmasking cheaters in the popular shooter. Immediately, eyes turned toward Amine.. Prior to the most recent events, people primarily accused Amine of competing in easier matches by artificially matching with “bot” pl...
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EVGA, Big Graphics Card Maker, Has Messy Breakup With Nvidia

Times have been tough.Image: Kotaku / San Francisco Chronicle / Hearst Newspapers (Getty Images)And now for something that no one saw coming: EVGA, one of the most prominent third-party PC graphics card manufacturers, and a favorite brand among PC gamers for quality parts and reliable warranties backed by solid customer service, is terminating its longtime relationship with Nvidia. What’s more, the company reportedly said that it won’t be pursuing partnerships with competing silicon giants like AMD or Intel, either. It seems like EVGA is just done with GPUs.Kotaku has reached out to EVGA for comment.News of EVGA’s seemingly sudden decision to stop manufacturing GPUs broke via the popular YouTubers GamersNexus and Jayztwocents. Personalities from both channels say that they were invited to ...
AMD announces EXPO technology: overclock your DDR5 RAM with Zen 4 CPU
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AMD announces EXPO technology: overclock your DDR5 RAM with Zen 4 CPU

AMD has confirmed its new EXPO technology, which makes overclocking your DDR5 memory inside of your new AM5-based motherboard and new Ryzen 7000 series "Zen 4" processor easier. VIEW GALLERY - 3 IMAGES The new AMD EXPO technology is offered as a one-click DDR5 overclocking tool for new Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, where AMD promises there's up to 11% enhanced gaming performance at 1080p with it enabled. There's also lowered latency, down to around 63ns.AMD has said that it's making its new EXPO technology open with a standard license and royalty-free, which means we'll see it adopted into the market quicker, and cheaper. AMD is working with around 15 partners with DDR5 memory kits that offer up to DDR5-6400 speeds, with the likes of ADATA, Corsair, G.SKILL, Kingston, and more are ready for the ...