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(DEEP learning FAKE) Creating a phony video that looks real. With the increasing advancements in computer performance and techniques, face swap spftware superimposes a face onto the face of someone else in a video. The result is that anybody can be made to look like they love or hate anything. The video can be produced entirely by using actors, whose faces are replaced with a celebrity such as a movie star, politician or news anchor, and it appears very real to the casual viewer
New name for Lexis Nexis Academic. Newspaper articles and case law from the Supreme Court, federal and state, statutes and regulations, Shepard’s Citations, legal news and law reviews, international legal materials, and patents.