New Video Manipulation System Can Realistically Reproduce Anyone’s Facial Expressions

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Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany, Technicolor, France, Technical University of Munich, Germany, University of Bath, United Kingdom and Stanford University, United States, have combined forces for a rather alarming new project. The work, published in a study last month, reveals a new method for using deep-learning in video creation that results in extremely realistic recreations of people’s complete facial expressions and movements.

“We present a novel approach that enables photo-realistic re-animation of portrait videos using only


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