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Detecting, Collecting and Analyzing Image Manipulations at the HEADT Centre

1 May 2018 13:46 | Thorsten Beck (Administrator)

This video introduces to the image manipulation research carried out at the HEADT Centre. It discusses the relevance of understanding and analyzing images using existing software tools such as Photoshop, ImageJ or Gimp and explains the importance of establishing a comprehensive database that may help teams around the globe to develop and train algorithms for image manipulation detection. The overall aim is to raise awareness and to make detection tools more efficient. Thus the center is going to make a significant contribution to a more thorough understanding of the phenomenon of image manpulation and to sharpen the view on what kinds of manipulation require a closer look.

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