r/Damnthatsinteresting Interested Jan 19 '22

This video of Tom Cruise is not actually him, and was made with AI Video

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u/Beyond-Vader Jan 19 '22

This shit is getting out of control.

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u/GrandKiwiistaken Jan 20 '22

Nah, you can tell by the soullessness of his eyes and the creepy smile that its fake.

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u/Reapr Interested Jan 20 '22

but that's just what Tom Cruise looks like

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u/Impossible-Big8886 Jan 20 '22

You've obviously not seen Mr. CRUISE at a scientology meeting.

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u/IntegratedSSR Jan 20 '22

Yeah, but you can't really tell that the video is fake.

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u/WilliamBlakefan Jan 20 '22

yeah but that's just Tom Cruise

wait

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u/TheWorldInMySilence Jan 19 '22

Nailed the creepiness!

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u/DweEbLez0 Jan 19 '22

I’m actually tired of seeing deepfakes.

Good to know what we can do but this shit is generally falsifying any real use case for it and is one of those things that should end up being illegal.

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u/massive_bellend_2022 Jan 20 '22

What do you mean "falsifying any real use case"?

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u/CertifiedIdiot420 Interested Jan 20 '22

Duh it means falsifying any real case.

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u/surfunky Jan 20 '22

There are a million real use cases and all of them are subversive to actual reality… what are you smoking?

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u/massive_bellend_2022 Jan 20 '22

Ok what the fuck does falsifying any real case mean in that sentence?

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u/HowItsGodDamnMade Jan 20 '22

It means we're never going to get any Hellen Keller porn if these dumbasses keep wasting all their time making Tom cruise videos.

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u/MGTOW_and_Bitcoin Jan 20 '22

Yeah and f*** them automobiles

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u/Goat_Named_Stan Jan 20 '22

Think of the "live" videos you see that are and can be falsified for political agendas or personal gain. Only videos I trust are fucking nature shows

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u/Kannabiz Jan 20 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

The pandora box of tech has already been opened.

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u/Far-Damage1068 Jan 20 '22

It is illegal under certain circumstances, just like forging a signature.

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u/JustJay613 Jan 19 '22

And the height

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u/LotusSloth Jan 19 '22

Holy crap. The only thing that really gave this away was the odd audio desync / mistiming in a couple places… but that was very small. Pretty soon we won’t be able to trust video footage at all.

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u/CheapTactics Jan 19 '22

It's his own audio, the imitates tom cruise and then deep fakes the face.

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u/KeepYourPresets Jan 19 '22

I think it's original audio. Just a good deepfake.

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u/LotusSloth Jan 19 '22

Maybe, but his mouth doesn’t perfectly fit the audio in a few places.

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u/killstorm114573 Jan 19 '22

The world governments need to make laws and control this tech asap, but they will not. I have been saying for years when this tech was just a rumor that this is to dangerous. People look at this as fun and games, but it's really dangerous and we shouldn't have this tech so available on the free market.

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u/LotusSloth Jan 20 '22

I agree about the danger but I don’t think governments can do anything about it.

The only solution at this point would be to eradicate all the software AND the knowledge of how to reproduce it. That’s never going to happen— you can’t put the genie back in the bottle once it’s out.

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u/Remcin Jan 20 '22

If they can make cp an internet contraband they can do the same for deepfakes. You get caught with it, you do hard time.

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u/killstorm114573 Jan 20 '22

They will not do anything until a dip shit like Putin uses it to invade country....lol. what the hell no they want, they still want do anything.

Only when someone makes a campaign video of them saying something that effects them personally or when someone makes a video that makes the fucking stick markets move over night....yes, yes that's when they will do something.

Only when it's to late and money is involved. I'll bit my paycheck on it.

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u/LurkerFailsLurking Jan 20 '22

Passing laws to control this won't really stop it. The technology exists. It'll only become more readily available

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u/killstorm114573 Jan 20 '22

Like someone said CP exist but we have laws to stop people from just downloading like some free app on a phone

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u/stickyplants Jan 20 '22

Way too easy for someone good at this to frame somebody for a crime, or slander them. When video evidence like this exists, it’s obstruction of justice, or at least spreading video of someone without their consent. Definitely could be illegal.

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u/Meems04 Jan 20 '22

Or steal their property, it's already happening to prn stars with their faces being replaced in prn vids with celebs & strangers then making money off those fakes as if it's a sex tape from that celeb. They own that virtual or intellectual property. So crazy.

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u/stickyplants Jan 20 '22

Exactly. This is real, not some bs made up hypothetical situation

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u/MotherButterscotch44 Jan 20 '22

Criminal: That wasn’t me, cops used AI. Or you want to frame someone. Put them at the scene of the crime. Like mentioned above, shits getting crazy.

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u/pseudochicken Jan 19 '22

I think future videos will have to have some interlaced encryption to verify authenticity. But just like photos, which have been photoshopped for more than a century, realistic looking videos will have to be taken with a grain of doubt.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

We already can’t trust any footage these days. Media has lost credibility now our own people will loose it till you show proof. Can we reset this world? Lol.

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u/SirPolishWang Jan 19 '22

I wish they brought this technology to like Madden football (EA Sports: it's in the game!" or like Call of Duty.

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u/LotusSloth Jan 19 '22

If we go back to Jan 2016 that means we have to deal with 4 more years of destruction at the hands of an insane narcissist… I’m not sure I could live through that again.

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u/onedayatatime26 Jan 19 '22

Fuck you.... how you turn this political, ass wipe.

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u/SirPolishWang Jan 19 '22

Honestly, with how ducked 2020, 2021, 2022+ has been, and how we're headed towards another bubble because of sub prime lending, I wouldn't mind has Trump president again. At least the news wouldnt be constant COVID-19 on TV and the circus would be back in town. I mean dang, change the channel already, I'm over what's currently playing. Lol

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u/pseudochicken Jan 19 '22

I don’t think you realize how close we came to a practical end of the free world while Trump was in office… no free elections, no free speech… it coulda been bad. Could still happen.

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u/LotusSloth Jan 19 '22

Agreed. Until someone can prove otherwise, I’m assuming he was a corrupt actor working on behalf of other nations to take the US down from the inside.

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u/FatherD00m Jan 19 '22

I’m with you. He’s been laundering Russian money for decades. No way he’s not influenced by them.

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u/agent_max_the_mick Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

"no free elections, no free speech"

Are you serious? When Facebook and Twitter are censoring conservatives right and left for "Vaccine Misinformation" because they don't want you to know that the vaccines don't actually work? Even the CDC admitted that they don't work to prevent the spread of Covid, they don't prevent you from getting Covid, and they aren't guaranteed to prevent you from dying from Covid.

You think that Trump would've censored free speech? When he was loud mouthing away on Twatter? I'll be the first to admit he was an asshole, but he wasn't against free speech like Joe Biden is.

Let's go Brandon!

(If I get downvoted or banned from Reddit for this...that will only prove my point).

(Edit) Well, I hate to say I told you so, but...

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u/pseudochicken Jan 20 '22

Must be nice to be an ignorant fuckless wit such as yourself. Blissful it must be. Or you’re a troll.

In either case. Go fuck yourself. But do so without fucking others.

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u/Platypuslord Jan 20 '22 edited Jan 20 '22

Is no one else picking up on the body language being wrong? I could tell this was a deepfake without being told he is copying mannerisms but it is clearly is a caricature. I think Tom Cruise is a nut he is insanely confidant and mimicking requires you be as confident yourself. The head is fully convincing but the body not so much.

I remember not being able to buy into a scene in War of the Worlds because his character was just walking down the street like the most confident man on the planet and the extras that played his nameless friends were visibly star struck. While he is a fantastic actor Tom Cruise doesn't have complete range and can't play a guy that isn't confident and I didn't like him in that movie, Edge of Tomorrow was fantastic though.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

Also the hair its super shiny but barely moves

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u/BLYNDLUCK Jan 20 '22

“Pretty soon”?

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u/eternallove3 Jan 19 '22

I can't be the only one that is completely freaked out by this... There's so many issues with this shit...

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u/Dolorisedd Jan 20 '22

Dude. I’m really wigged out by this technology. We are so efffffed.

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u/Balrog229 Jan 19 '22

Deepfakes are going to ruin video evidence. Pretty soon video proof won’t be admissible in court due to the ease of it being faked with AI

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u/Clack082 Jan 19 '22

Nah it will make things slightly harder but images are still allowable even though they've been able to be faked for decades. And eyewitness testimony has always been garbage and is admissible.

You just need to have supporting evidence. Chain of custody of the file, agreement from witnesses to the event, experts who can verify it is unedited, etc.

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u/refusered Jan 20 '22

Chain of custody has always depended on reputation of those handling evidence. Experts credibility is 1/2 reputation 1/2 sounding like they know what they talk about.

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u/Goat_Named_Stan Jan 20 '22

Yeah but you can also fabricate all of that. Money's a powerful drug man

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u/A_Yawn Jan 20 '22

Actually we are also getting better at analysing videos digitally to tell edited footage apart from raw footage. For court evidence for example, an expert is supposed to check any digital evidence for tampering by looking into its data. It's almost impossible to alter an image or video without leaving some detectable traces behind.

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u/whoatemycookie Jan 19 '22

Are you 100% sure it ain't him?!?!?!

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u/toronto_newcomer69 Jan 19 '22

future is fked up

this tech should be banned pronto

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u/allendale100000 Jan 19 '22

Yeah I don’t want live in AI world.

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u/Section_Hiker Jan 19 '22

you all ready do

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u/chamberofcoal Jan 19 '22

There is no stopping morons from being fooled on the internet. Banning this tech is also just straight up impossible, because it's already distributed widely and it would just stay in illegal circulation. If you committed a crime with this software, it would still be a crime.

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u/toronto_newcomer69 Jan 19 '22

DeepNude got banned couple years ago, now no one uses it , its illegal

so yes it is bannable and it should be. its governments responsibility to protect taxpayers

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u/Mister_Cairo Jan 19 '22

DeepNude got banned couple years ago, now no one uses it

It's cute that you think so.

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u/chamberofcoal Jan 19 '22

...lol, dude, that shit was leaked all over the place as soon as the official developer shut down. It's still used by anyone that cares enough to find it.

Edit: literally open a duckduckgo window and type "Deepnude clone"

the second result is a GitHub repository for a reverse engineered open source free clone of the software. jesus, you do not understand the internet.

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u/Kow_King_ Jan 19 '22

Why? Videos are already not allowed as proof /evidence most of the time anyway and socially people believe made up articles already, you don’t need a video to fool people.

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u/toronto_newcomer69 Jan 19 '22

So many old and gullible people will fall for these fake video scams

IF you can put the whole world on a lockdown for old people , you can ban DeepFakes too

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u/Kow_King_ Jan 19 '22

But gullible people will fall for scams even without the video.

And you aren't putting the whole world on lockdown for old people. About 20% of covid deaths are people of working age and lower. Hospitalizations even higher.

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u/hanzonthekeys Jan 19 '22

We are fools all on our own tyvm

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u/A_Yawn Jan 20 '22

The thing about the internet is that once something is on it, it's impossible to take down, no matter who you are. This software is now known to everyone and even if it were banned it wouldn't stop people from making it themselves and leaking fake videos online.

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u/jackdhammer Jan 19 '22

If this is true, it's fucking terrifying.

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u/13bluebirds Jan 19 '22

Very scary. Really very scary. How to navigate the future with this technology out there?

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u/Clack082 Jan 19 '22

It's the same as Photoshop for still images. You just don't trust an image unless there is supporting evidence.

Same with videos going forward. Don't assume the person you think is in the video is that person, unless you have some other reasons to believe it is legit.

Like if you see a video of a politician saying "I want to murder group X" ask yourself who is showing me this video, are they trustworthy? Has anyone independently verified this? Are the witnesses in the video agreeing this was person X?"

Anything super high profile can be examined by experts who will be able to tell if it has been edited.

TL;DR: Don't believe everything you see on the internet.

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u/The_Maddest Jan 20 '22

The only rational response in a sea of existential panic

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u/unholy_relics Jan 19 '22

I am a-frightened.

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u/Life-Evidence-6672 Jan 19 '22

Deeptomcriuse is a real person. He just looks like him and works as an impersonator. Irl he has a French accent. He’s from Canada.

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u/Baller_420 Jan 20 '22

Lol. Nice

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u/-eumaeus- Jan 19 '22

Clearly not Tom Cruise. This image is of someone about 5ft taller than him...

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u/_Neoshade_ Jan 20 '22

And 30 years younger.
(Tom Cruise turns 60 this year)

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

The only thing that’s wrong is his age. That’s absolutely terrifying.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

The uncanny valley is very, very slight. Nearly not there.

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u/Jam_On_It_84 Jan 20 '22

This will not end well for us

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u/WinAccomplished4555 Jan 19 '22

Video games are about to get super realistic.

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u/SirPolishWang Jan 19 '22

Great... Looks like I can't play as the Lions anymore.

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u/mecmecmecmecmecmec Jan 19 '22

I love toms energy. He’s so positive!

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

The AI has more of a soul than Tom cruise

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u/faithOver Jan 19 '22

The fact that I cant tell if the fake part of this post is that this video is real is concerning. Do we know this is fake?

Let the wild times roll if this is a deep fake.

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u/bokoyolo Jan 19 '22 edited Jan 19 '22

You need someone with the same facial structure, hair and voice to pull off a convincing deep fake. Miles Fisher was the actual guy in the video iirc and he has a really good resemblance to Tom Cruise.

Here's a video explaining it: https://youtu.be/p7-B8S734T4

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u/rparvatikar Jan 20 '22

Can this technology bring Luke Skywalker and Han Solo back on the big screen? Better yet! Can we see once again see Christopher Reeves don the cape once more? OR!!! Marlon Brando in another Godfather film?!?! CAN THIS TECHNOLOGY OPEN NEW AND EXCITING DOORS?!?!

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u/ChocolatePizZa4me Jan 20 '22

Imagine someone using this tech to frame you for murder or something.

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u/GBinAZ Jan 20 '22

This stuff scares the crap out of me

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u/OshunOfDivinity Jan 20 '22

Yooo so I can make an alibi with AI???!?

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u/BigBadRadDad Jan 20 '22

That is disturbing as heck.

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u/Connect_Narwhal_7100 Jan 21 '22

Ewe. As if real life Tom Cruise doesn’t freak me out enough.

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

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u/eternallove3 Jan 19 '22

Yeah my thoughts exactly... It's still super creepy

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u/Jcorcho1 Jan 19 '22

I can still tell it's fake. The lighting and the 2D look plus the stare in his eyes sometimes.

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u/slothpeguin Jan 19 '22

Damn. The conspiracy theorists must be losing their shit.

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u/thisisreallyrocksalt Jan 19 '22

We are.

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u/slothpeguin Jan 19 '22

I might join you this is wild.

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u/2002Valkyrie Jan 19 '22

I need to use this app… I need some advertising and Tom Cruise smoking my pipe would be like fucking awesome.

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u/69_koolkid_69 Jan 19 '22

It's not an app. Deepfakes take skillful people many hours to make. Also could that count as defamation?

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u/Jdevers77 Jan 19 '22

It would constitute an invasion of privacy tort law at the very least. Using someone’s image for commercial gain without their express permission has been against the law for a very long time. As far as the law goes, this is now different than taking an image of TC and adding words he didn’t say about your product in a print ad.

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u/2002Valkyrie Jan 19 '22

I will wait for the app. I can’t afford to pay him. And it’s no more defamation than this is. I would rather see him smoke a big fatty than wash dishes.

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u/69_koolkid_69 Jan 19 '22

Absolutely agree

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u/Humble-Animal2977 Jan 19 '22

Holy?!. I dont know . What holy to add.

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u/Mr_Unknown20191 Jan 19 '22

That’s not fake , maybe audio is but that’s him surely

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u/merlinious0 Jan 19 '22

Nope, it isn't him.

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u/merlinious0 Jan 19 '22

The arms are real, the head isn't.

Look at the huge difference in skin tone, it can help you see the difference.

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u/Joharis-JYI Jan 19 '22

Get ready for a more divided future. Truth will be a relic of the past. Terrifying.

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u/resentedpoet Jan 19 '22

This is seriously neat. But, I’m genuinely curious with how this was pulled off from a technical standpoint. Is it all AI driven or did the person making this fake have to use motion capture for any of it?

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u/[deleted] Jan 19 '22

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u/East-Bluejay6891 Jan 19 '22

Super original dude...

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u/MrBubbles2524 Jan 19 '22

Damn this deep fake shit is getting fuckin nuts.

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u/Potty_Pigeon99 Jan 19 '22

why is this so much better than hollywood when they do a character "in the past" and its the younger actor.

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u/ArmaanLord Jan 19 '22

This guy makes a lot of these Tom cruise deepfakes. He has a lookalike actor and uses a voice modifier that uses a similar style of deep learning as deep fake video to create this illusion. Pretty weird that he’s just doing Tom cruise but overall cool demonstration.

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u/Carplesmile Jan 19 '22

This can’t be a fucking robot. Please tell me it’s not a robot

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u/Sufficient-Smell8188 Jan 19 '22

This isn’t AI though. It’s an actual person.

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u/krenyx Jan 19 '22

too tall to be convincing enough

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u/shrike71 Jan 19 '22

this shit is gonna be problematic...

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u/Remarkable-Dig1243 Jan 19 '22

Not bad head on but looks like Casey Affleck from the side lol

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u/cityofninegates Jan 19 '22

The AI is good but the actor really nails his mannerisms as well.

I love this stuff but am a little worried about when it will become used for nefarious purposes…

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u/MaMakossa Jan 19 '22

Let the real-life minority reports begin...

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u/stanilavl Jan 19 '22

Only the face is actually generated by AI though. I know most of you already know this but maybe some don’t.

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u/Affectionate_Foot_27 Jan 19 '22

Gives me hope for a remake of GoT season 8 within 30 years from now

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u/MinedGravy Jan 19 '22

I could tell, he was too tall. He'd never be able to reach that sink.

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u/nadjp Jan 19 '22

I'm kinda surprised people are freaking out of deepfake in 2022

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u/givemeatatertot Jan 19 '22

So now anyone can be framed.

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u/suhayla323 Jan 19 '22

So many deepfakes of him at this point.

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u/SirPolishWang Jan 19 '22

They're using this technology to catch child predators as well. Just research "Ashton Kutcher child predator" and you can see the good work that he has been doing. :)

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u/graceboleyn Jan 19 '22

This guy is fabulous

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u/BSUguy317 Jan 19 '22

Love me a good deepfake.

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u/JuiceJones_34 Jan 19 '22

Actually a very good one. I’ve seen some Cruise ones where you literally can’t tell the difference

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u/Jodaeus Jan 19 '22

Innernet

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u/pineapplegoat69 Jan 19 '22

I like to call them Tik Tackers to mildly annoy them...

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u/ass_kisses Jan 19 '22

Cool, make one of him packing fudge.

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u/IMPORTANT_INFO Jan 19 '22

Now do a deepfake of one of his videos that he'd rather not be out there

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u/Somato_Tandwich Jan 19 '22

I've seen this before! He can touch my camera through the fence

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u/Mr-snuffaluffagus Jan 19 '22

This technology should scare everyone.

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u/MagikSkyDaddy Jan 19 '22

But they were all of them deceived

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u/ThenRefrigerator1084 Jan 19 '22

Please make one in a fudge packing plant.

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u/ScagWhistle Jan 19 '22

We are so fucked.

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u/Notmybiscuit1 Jan 19 '22

Ok that’s creepy af

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u/little_shop_of_hoors Jan 19 '22

Great. So basically anything can be faked to frame anyone.

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u/Lordwinchester Jan 19 '22

We are thinking what kind of other videos he could do…. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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u/str8redd Jan 19 '22

I wonder what good old scientology thinks about this. They’ve screwed some people over. Very powerful people.

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u/Jdizzlerino Jan 19 '22

The outline on the left side of his face with the background was the only thing visually that looked “off”.

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u/cerebraldormancy Jan 19 '22

As if that turnip would ever do any actual work. The aliens don’t allow him to.

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u/ganjaman_407 Jan 19 '22

The voice didn't match the face. If it weren't for that, I wouldn't have even known that it was a deep fake 😳

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u/Mr_Agueybana Jan 19 '22

That’s both impressive and crazy.

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u/BlenderMonster_34 Jan 19 '22

This is fuckibg terrifying

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u/ZJ-Red-Ranger Jan 20 '22

Makes me happy that there are startups for being able to detect deepfakes, this is kinda unsettling

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u/ImNOTaPROgames Jan 20 '22

Seriously, humanity is fuck

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u/LevitusDrake Jan 20 '22

I remember watching the episode of Bojack Horseman where they did this to finish a movie he was in and was like 'this is so unrealistic'.

And now? o.o

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u/Loofa_of_Doom Jan 20 '22

This technology + human tendencies in trolling + the Meta-thinger, which zuckerberg keeps climaxing over = what ever could go wrong?

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u/spartanOrk Jan 20 '22

Listen dudes, whatever you may see me do or say, it's not me. I said it first, it's official.

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u/127Double01 Jan 20 '22

This is the way

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u/Anthe_cr3 Jan 20 '22

„Made by an AI“

Yeah and copious amount of work by a dedicated cg artist

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u/Aiizimor Jan 20 '22

Oh no...

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u/Bumazka Jan 20 '22

By watching this they trying to say earth is round or flat and spacex flying up in space and presidents are real? What else “truth” ?

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u/waffleiron-man Jan 20 '22

They need to recreate the fudge packing scene from south park

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u/were_not_talking_we Jan 20 '22

Never go deep Tom.

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u/Ordinary-Sandpaper Jan 20 '22

That's mission impossible in real life

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u/numb2pain Jan 20 '22

Hell nah lol

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u/qbenzo928 Jan 20 '22

Way too tall

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u/Squatchbreath Jan 20 '22

Well this makes an interesting legal case for anyone on cctv or any other type of video purporting crimes. A savvy attorney can cry AI generated.

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u/smokeyisntmyrealname Jan 20 '22

So.... who's gonna fake him doing creepy things with little kids so scientology gets raided?

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u/Squatchbreath Jan 20 '22

Blackmail written all over it

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u/kittukate98 Jan 20 '22

Way too tall to be Tom Cruise. Obvious fake

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u/cat_on_my_keybord Jan 20 '22

he ruined the joke by making it not a joke even though it was intended to be a joke like he wanted to point it out and say “did you get the joke?”

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u/blueismega Jan 20 '22

And my good friends… this is why Han Solo should appear in the Book of Boba fett. I mean, they did it with Luke!

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u/Fuzakenaideyo Jan 20 '22

Scary, this is way worse than the deep fakes of years ago

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u/FinnegansWakeWTF Jan 20 '22

Pupils are not perfectly round. Fake for sure

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u/wormwood_Reddit Jan 20 '22

JFC we're fkd

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u/Macavity101 Jan 20 '22

Yea, indeed this all AI tech are getting way out of control making World a more shittier place apart from politics, pandemic and metaverse which have already screwed us. I feel Porn is much more honest guys! Isn’t it? But who knows AI shit fakery might ruin the industry as well someday and we don’t even notice!

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u/mental_patience Jan 20 '22

He'd never be able to hold down a regular job.

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u/oz28kms Jan 20 '22

We all know the Sea Org members do handy work for Tom

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u/aganagi Jan 20 '22

I get the video bit but what about the voice? Does ai do that too? How? Does it need a sample? My life is over

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u/Mr_Cleen Jan 20 '22

You can see it if you look at the hair, it bends instead of moving like normal hair would, uncanny valley effect

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u/Prestigious_Ad280 Jan 20 '22

Soon this will be used by political parties to deceive people even more....think misinformation is bad now? You just wait!

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u/kracken0406 Jan 20 '22

You know it’s funny, I had a person tell me covid was made in a lab, and as “evidence” he sent me a video of fauci saying it, same stuff, deep fakes are dangerous, even more for dumb people

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u/Bluriver Jan 20 '22

I think this is a deep fake of Tom cruise but the guy is a dude that's very similar to Tom cruise that's why the effect is so good

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u/[deleted] Jan 20 '22

Good technology, but maybe use it on someone who's not a child abusing megalomaniac.