The Front Line: Big Tech, Fake News, and Private Industry’s Deepfake Detection Problem

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March 2, 2020
When Seeing Isn’t Believing: Deepfakes and the Law
NYU Center for Cybersecurity and the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy

This panel focused on the actors on the front line: platforms and media organizations that publish and disseminate deepfakes. Companies like Facebook and Reddit have issued policies to address manipulated media — but how will these policies work in reality? Do companies have the technical capability to confidently identify fake videos? Are internal policies enough or do they require government intervention? This panel featured speakers from both media and tech, including representatives from the Big 5 tech companies.

Moderator:
• Judi Germano, Distinguished Fellow, NYU Center for Cybersecurity

Panelists:
• Saleela Salahuddin, Cybersecurity Policy Lead, Facebook
• Till Daldrup, Training Coordinator, Wall Street Journal
• Andrew Gulley, Technical Research Manager, Google-Jigsaw
• Corin Faife, Journalist, WITNESS

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