Even if you think you are good at analyzing faces, research shows many people cannot reliably distinguish between photos of real faces and images that have been computer-generated. This is particularly problematic now that computer systems can create realistic-looking photos of people who don’t exist.
Deepfakes: Faces created by AI now look more real than genuine photos
Asian American shootings: This is 'not an exception' and other issues need to be discussed, says professorDays after two California massacres involving the Asian American community, many are seeking to understand what drove two men to [...]
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New study suggests that when forecasting trends, reading a bar chart versus a line graph biases our judgementA new study suggests that the format in which graphs are presented may be biasing people into being too optimistic [...]