A new deepfake tool will let users change their appearance in real-time during live video streams—opening up a range of new possibilities for the contentious technology.
Known as DeepFaceLive, the open-source tool, released last month on the code-hosting platform Github, allows users to place another face over their own while using video messaging programs such as Skype and Zoom.
DeepFaceLive’s creator, a secretive Russian developer known online as Iperov, first shared footage of the tool’s interface to a deepfake forum in late April. Iperov is also credited as one of the main developers of DeepFaceLab, the most widely used open-source tool for creating deepfakes.
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