I am studying business informatics in the 10th semester and I’m at the end of my studies. I am currently working on my bachelor thesis on "AI-supported media manipulation - prevention strategy for deepfakes in university exams" and would like to present a demo case in my thesis and in my colloquium. Therefore, I am looking for software that enables me to do it in a Zoom Meeting to carry out a deepfake based on FaceSwap and Voice Cloning.
Since I think to be among the experts in Faceswap, I would be happy if someone could give me tips on how to get such a demo case as good as possible.
My aim here is not to falsify a digital exam, but to show what is technically possible and what preventive measures are available from a university's perspective.
I would be very happy if you would support me.
Thank you and best regards
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Voice cloning is really not feasible with today's capabilities. Time sequences (such as audio) is just not something that AI does a great job with at this time. That said, you could try https://github.com/keithito/tacotron which is the current "best" voice cloning that I'm aware of. I do think it sounds like a glorified speak-and-spell however.
I will try it with your tips and will present my result here
Hmmm, to be honest I have been very surprised by your bachelor thesis. I mean, that sort of a thematic is really impressive, and not that easy to realize. Now when I think about my bachelor thesis, I am kind of ... ashamed as my thematic was waaay more simple and there was nothing that sofisticated about it. My younger sister is working on her bachelor thesis right now and she is so stressed out. Mostly she is stressed as she has to present it via zoom. Their university was actually one of the first in the country to get zoom integration from
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, that makes it even easier to work on zoom.