Video manipulation: 'I never said that' - BBC News

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  • Published on Nov 14, 2018
  • This facial mapping technology has been designed to improve television language dubbing, but it also has strong potential for those seeking to deceive.
    BBC's Media Editor Amol Rajan looks at the benefits and risks - and tries it out himself.
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    This story is part of a series by the BBC on disinformation and fake news - a global problem challenging the way we share information and perceive the world around us.
    To see more stories and learn more about the series visit www.bbc.co.uk/beyondfakenews
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Comments • 253

  • Soumyadeep 980
    Soumyadeep 980 12 hours ago

    This is cool now I can dub the shit out of everyone💜

  • europeanboy333
    europeanboy333 2 months ago

    I dont have TV 14 years!

  • MrRRHHMM
    MrRRHHMM 2 months ago

    The bbc ''Where truth and integrity go to die''

  • Brad W
    Brad W 5 months ago

    Funny because BBC also likes to "fake it".

  • Kandys Torres
    Kandys Torres 6 months ago

    This stuff could go down a slippery slope

  • Bill Bailey
    Bill Bailey 6 months ago

    No, it's common knowledge the BBC is fake news. Sir Cliff, manipulation of the miners strike, one-sided brexit reporting, et al. I am surprised they don't put out a disclaimer. One reason not to watch the BBC and I am happy to report I am oblivious of their programs.

  • iSuRRendeReDuK
    iSuRRendeReDuK 6 months ago +1

    For makers of fake news ..... so its compulsory for the BBC to use it then

  • Jamike Felix
    Jamike Felix 6 months ago

    Old technology, new to consumer market.

  • SUBIDIDU
    SUBIDIDU 6 months ago

    Another kind of magic - how to remove a person - one sample: ruclip.com/video/LSh7s8aKibo/video.html

  • john bolton
    john bolton 6 months ago

    totally fucked up.
    out of sync and the idiotic moved his head while talking...good god.
    Is this some day care program...

  • SY LI
    SY LI 6 months ago

    Does anyone understand what he said in French?😂

  • Annyai Presoski
    Annyai Presoski 6 months ago

    BBC series on fake news from our very own government controlled BBC propaganda fake news machine! You couldn’t make it up!

  • Dark Star
    Dark Star 6 months ago +1

    Great. Now rightwing trolls will plague the world with BS videos of politicians and celebs saying horrific crap with their own voices......the ignorant fools that eat that propaganda up even now will gobble it up and believe it like lemmings.

  • GamersCreed
    GamersCreed 6 months ago

    1:05 Marc Andre Ter Stegen

  • oranac
    oranac 6 months ago

    Safety mechanisms? Yeah good luck with that.
    The absolute best you can do is develop technology alongside these tools to better detect forgeries, and even that effort is going to fail very very quickly.

  • John Camery
    John Camery 6 months ago

    UK Intelligence assets are running a covert operation pretending to represent the Russian Federation using a disinformation campaign to try to overthrow the duly elected government of the United States of America. The assets include Matt Tait infiltrating the University of Austin, C. S. infiltrating the Trump Tower IT service, the employees of Orbis Business Intelligence, Joseph Mifsud and other employees of Link Campus University colocated at the University of Malta, High Commissioner to the UK Alexander John Gosse Downer, Stefan A. Halper and associates, along with others at GCHQ, in London, Greece and Israel. They pretend to be working as British spies, but are not engaged in collecting information. Instead, they fabricate disinformation about links to to the Russian Federation in a plot to overthrow the U.S. government. They put forth unsubstantiated claims to be working with Peter W. Smith, George Papadopoulos, Carter Page, and the Trumps, all of which have been denied. Such an operation would need to be authorized at the UK Foreign Secretary level and could not be a rogue operation.

  • Aman Sharma
    Aman Sharma 6 months ago

    Is that why his accent is not Indian ?

  • Rz Ch
    Rz Ch 6 months ago

    Stop watching the news i say. It's all doom and gloom. Let us all get outside and celebrate life. Whoever reads this your task after reading this is to make at least 10 people smile, just by smiling at them. Spread the love it costs nothing.

  • Ali Alidrissi
    Ali Alidrissi 6 months ago

    I hate dubbing. subtitle is much better

  • uchihasurvival
    uchihasurvival 6 months ago

    I hope it's open source

  • Jihad Artis
    Jihad Artis 6 months ago

    Wtf has the world come too...damn🤔🤔🤔

  • David Boson
    David Boson 6 months ago

    when i see a human - how do i know it is a human?

  • A Zed
    A Zed 6 months ago

    Can this be applied to Anime?

  • 666j1
    666j1 6 months ago

    another non story by the main stream media, this isn't really a problem and never really used, but they keep pushing stories like this to proclaim "fake news" is getting out of hand.

  • Billy Doyle
    Billy Doyle 6 months ago

    JEWS ARE FOAMING AT THE MOUTH TO USE THIS IS COUNTRIES LIKE CAMBODIA, WHERE THEY ARE NOW PROPAGANDIZING THE POOR AND IGNORANT TO UNWITTINGLY DESTROY THEMSELVES.

  • Joe Hew
    Joe Hew 6 months ago

    For makers of fake news aka BBC

  • Moonshine Buck
    Moonshine Buck 6 months ago

    So the BBC is telling us how they fake news?!

  • Jameson Lovegrove
    Jameson Lovegrove 6 months ago

    I think movies are going to be re-dubbed with this technology with some hilarious results.

  • Hamza Baig
    Hamza Baig 6 months ago +1

    It must be the Russians!!!

  • Wayne Riley
    Wayne Riley 6 months ago +1

    Bbc manipulation....

  • Lance Uppercut
    Lance Uppercut 6 months ago

    Surprise surprise and a the latest iPhone can read your face and now open with your face only a matter of time before some one steals your face and used some were else I say no to it finger print unlocking is already being used and some one is gathering data etc

  • Alex
    Alex 6 months ago

    Where IS the eyes? Please teach me the grammar behind this.

  • Tesco Primark
    Tesco Primark 6 months ago

    Now we can’t trusted immediately what news says to us.... this is so confusing and scary

  • Ed Va
    Ed Va 6 months ago

    This technology must be a reason why no one went to jail for lying about Iraq war, because they never said that, right?

  • Dark Park
    Dark Park 6 months ago

    Wow god damn. Getting harder everyday to believe what u see and hear

  • Big Daddy
    Big Daddy 6 months ago

    Look at all the Russian bots going crazy.

  • Astrology Stars
    Astrology Stars 6 months ago

    Nice way to start off WW3.😁

  • omi god
    omi god 6 months ago

    The audio levels are all over the place in this piece. Don't you actually review your work before you post it? How unprofessional is that?

  • Francois Dupont
    Francois Dupont 6 months ago

    "for maker of fake news" Wow! you mean the BBC use this?

  • João Soares
    João Soares 6 months ago +1

    The most dangerous tool in the arsenal of tyranny, tings such as does should be banned,

  • Christopher Rivera
    Christopher Rivera 6 months ago

    Jeez, we're screwed 🤦🏽‍♂️

  • Te Michaels
    Te Michaels 6 months ago

    Dont let Sarah Huckabee Sanders see this

  • ONE WORLD GONE WRONG
    ONE WORLD GONE WRONG 6 months ago

    BBC just said:
    "For makers of fake news" this technology could be extremely dangerous.
    I WONDER HOW MANY MILLIONS OF SHARES THE BBC WILL INVEST IN 🤔

  • cary bary
    cary bary 6 months ago

    Would Bbc journalists care to take lie detector tests whilst reporting? Prove they’re being honest

  • UnR34LGAMING
    UnR34LGAMING 6 months ago

    People are more worried about tackling media biased.
    Any idiot can spot video manipulation.

  • EasyPeasyPiano
    EasyPeasyPiano 6 months ago +1

    I find this to be worrying. Will we, at some time in the near future, have to stop relying on facial and voice recognition to attribute ideas and information to other humans? I am aware it effectively arouses the paranoid mind, but given the sheer power (a key word here) that information holds in any political or economic system, I feel it is sensible to be worried and anticipate. The question is, how?

  • Eusunt Dac
    Eusunt Dac 6 months ago

    We're so fucked, it's not even funny.

  • KEVIN HESKETH
    KEVIN HESKETH 6 months ago

    I am not northern.Over 17 years preoccupied with when will The mindrape stop.I will F off and claim legal action with my solicitor when you television rapists and the rapists at the end of a television with a schizophrenia weapon decide to end it to let me walk.There will be legal action I want legal action You television industry Rapists.I am not northern I just want yo leave the people who rape me.

  • Proselytizing Orthodox Pentecostal Trans Rabbit

    Reading the regular 'FAKE NEWS!' comments that litter any BBC news video, its clear that spiking the water supply with anti-psychotics would be of considerable benefit to a small but very vocal minority of people's lives.

    • Hamaji Neo
      Hamaji Neo 6 months ago

      Proselytizing Orthodox Pentecostal Trans Rabbit thank you.

  • Willskull
    Willskull 6 months ago +1

    This is going to lead us into a very dark future, such tech should have never be developed

  • ffb.6
    ffb.6 6 months ago

    Without Trump even in this video you wouldn't been happy

  • Justin Boocock
    Justin Boocock 6 months ago

    Ban the BBC

  • Tahir Rana
    Tahir Rana 6 months ago

    Building 7!

  • BuddyL
    BuddyL 6 months ago

    This. Shouldn't. Be.
    This needs some SERIOUS regulation to keep it from being misused.

  • Aries Rogue
    Aries Rogue 6 months ago

    Ewwww why begin with that ......

  • Shoaib Ahmed
    Shoaib Ahmed 6 months ago

    This is Deep Learning.

  • AWResistance
    AWResistance 6 months ago

    The BBC are master manipulators, always have been.

  • Juan-Carlos Buisman
    Juan-Carlos Buisman 6 months ago +2

    BBC = Fake News

  • CrunchyNorbert
    CrunchyNorbert 6 months ago

    is everyone at the BBC sure they have no bias or agenda?

  • Mightyimmortls
    Mightyimmortls 6 months ago +3

    This comments section has to be deep fake, it just has to. It's insane.
    Thank you BBC for everything you do.

  • Old Monty
    Old Monty 6 months ago

    Well isn't this ironic. Only the BBC would be this hypocritical. They've been projecting fake news since the second world war.

  • gary j
    gary j 6 months ago

    The Fake News BBC lost it's credibility years ago. lol
    The final nail in the coffin was when Jane Standley reported "live" the collapse of WTC Building 7 while it stood behind her !
    The BBC and other networks knew that WTC 7 would fall 20 mins before it did. Wake up people !

  • Zaka Pentax
    Zaka Pentax 6 months ago

    0:39 they don't move the lips accordingly to what sounds come out

  • Amen Knowtech
    Amen Knowtech 6 months ago

    so the BBC is "breaking" this news to the public now? 😂😂😂😂 ok...thanks....i guess.

  • Dodgy Dez
    Dodgy Dez 6 months ago

    Trust us goys :)

  • Electric Rain
    Electric Rain 6 months ago

    The underground is actually 50 years ahead of us in tech and they preview the tech in sci-fi movies...this is called predictive programming. They already use this technology of course to make fake isis videos and testimonials. . .the zionists already have a head start.

  • Mikkle Chua
    Mikkle Chua 6 months ago

    When bbc talks about facial mapping technology, but people call them fake news smh. Thanks for the intro video bbc, keep it up.

  • Arek
    Arek 6 months ago +1

    What’s the point of creating it if it’s gonna be bad for the world

  • gurugeorge
    gurugeorge 6 months ago

    Hmm, I wonder what the BBC is afraid of?

    • Eye Ball
      Eye Ball 6 months ago

      gurugeorge -- The Truth !!

  • TYO
    TYO 6 months ago

    The end of the world is nigh!!!

  • Angelus Marcarita
    Angelus Marcarita 6 months ago +3

    Thats mean you can fire all journalist soon , put an android and spread more lies without worry for a moral human betrayment. Mmm

  • Dog alpha
    Dog alpha 6 months ago

    hopefully this is used in American politics soon so we see what happens. lol

  • James Hall
    James Hall 6 months ago +1

    Revolutionary technology, ripe for exploitation, and manipulation in the wrong hands, especially those on the right who delights in lying already.

  • Jason Devon
    Jason Devon 6 months ago +4

    News isn't just what you hear about, it's what you don't hear about too. The BBC often fail to report important things occurring all over the world and at home. This is another reason why many people are compelled to obtain their news from more than just the mainstream media these days. The more news options we have the better.

    • Isaac L
      Isaac L 6 months ago

      Jason Devon more news is only better when it’s fact based and not meant to mislead. That’s the problem with a lot of these news sources outside the mainstream. They’re driven by agenda and use mistruths to make their points. Not all of them, obviously.

    • Ed Peters
      Ed Peters 6 months ago

      Spot on,mate ;-)

  • James Hall
    James Hall 6 months ago +7

    Any unfavorable commentary is viewed by Trump as fake news.

    • Eye Ball
      Eye Ball 6 months ago

      James Hall -- TDS

  • BrightEyze
    BrightEyze 6 months ago

    Looks like subtitles may need to be a standard part of main stream News reporting - as part of a safety measure to help combat fake news !!!

  • Frosty
    Frosty 6 months ago

    Porn is now revolutionary

  • Mikeom Olt
    Mikeom Olt 6 months ago +3

    Trump says "I never said that" even when it's witnessed by several people and recorded by several different news crews.

    • Mikeom Olt
      Mikeom Olt 6 months ago

      Wish I could help you+Eye Ball You say you're TDS (Trumps Dumbest Sycophant), my only advice to you is, keep taking the meds.

    • Eye Ball
      Eye Ball 6 months ago

      Stephen Rochester -- 😮 .. FY .. W .. DSS ..

    • Stephen Rochester
      Stephen Rochester 6 months ago

      Eye Ball STFUYC

    • Eye Ball
      Eye Ball 6 months ago

      Mikeom Olt -- TDS

  • Nerdlin Geeksly
    Nerdlin Geeksly 6 months ago +13

    Deep fakes will send the world spiraling into chaos and paranoia this is the digital age equivalent of the nuke

  • puppy tube hd
    puppy tube hd 6 months ago +2

    Real fake news comes from BBC anyway

  • marsha woods
    marsha woods 6 months ago +1

    This is definitely scary...

  • PumpkinEskobarr
    PumpkinEskobarr 6 months ago

    All this means is that we have to work even harder to find the truth. Instead of relying on what what we are being told by one or two sources. We should be challenge it all often. I never read one article or listen to one news report and take it as absolute truth. I do more digging around to arrive at a conclusion that would make sense.
    Back in school, writing papers you always had to have sources to probe your point. In a court case you have to have sources and evidence to make your argument.

  • Infinite Plasma
    Infinite Plasma 6 months ago +1

    This technology was designed to 'improve television dubbing' ... ahaaahaahahahaaha good one x'D

    • Stephen Rochester
      Stephen Rochester 6 months ago

      Infinite Plasma tbh that is the worst use of that technology ever.

  • Elf Craft & Vinyl Swindon
    Elf Craft & Vinyl Swindon 6 months ago +1

    This is scary!

  • No Way
    No Way 6 months ago +6

    People should be automatically discounting everything anyways. It's scary that many people seem unable to do this.

    • No Way
      No Way 6 months ago

      +PetitAmiral The point where it becomes harmful is when people doubt things that are evidently true. We should be skeptical always, always adjust for bias, but of course, some things are true.

    • PetitAmiral
      PetitAmiral 6 months ago +1

      It's not just a matter of skepticism and feeling proud about it. Not trusting anything or anyone is bad for society. Think of these dramas where people would call authorities for help and the people on the line were thinking it was a joke
      Radical skepticism is the easy way out of the problem of over saturation of information and fake news

    • No Way
      No Way 6 months ago

      +Thjeok Thjeok Nope.

    • Thjeok Thjeok
      Thjeok Thjeok 6 months ago

      +No Way, I know why , but maybe your not able to comprehend it all ! I say what i say because its important to humanity to understand what we are up against . That this whole age is made up of lies , history is a lie ! To know where we are going we need to understand where we came from . And it isn't in any stories that we have been led to believe . But hey , your so sure of yourself , nice and secure , you will remember this conversation very soon .

    • No Way
      No Way 6 months ago

      +Thjeok Thjeok I wondered why too.

  • Fel N
    Fel N 6 months ago +1

    Further improving deepfakes to make news more fake than it already is, whereas we run the risk to get blackmailed with it. Seems like a bad idea to me.

    • Hamaji Neo
      Hamaji Neo 6 months ago

      Fel N news isn’t “fake” it’s just biased at most

  • Fel N
    Fel N 6 months ago +1

    Personally I think they should just stop the development for deepfakes (improve them). Since it's not so clear to me what for benefit it could really give. And for so far with this video I think the dangers to deepfakes far more outweigh the "economic" benefit it can bring us. Further improving deepfakes to make news more fake than it already is, whereas we run the risk to get blackmailed with it, which puts more mistrust towards video-evidence. Seems like a bad idea to me.

    We could treat it like how we did with cloning, but in the end it would not take long before some kind of corporate would develop deepfakes secretly behind our backs. Luckily there are others like universities who study deepfakes to spot them, unfortunately we can't spot good deepfakes without knowing how to create one ourselves. Maybe we should set our sight on authenticating real-videos, but I suppose that's also an ambitious idea.

  • Amaaaaan1
    Amaaaaan1 6 months ago +10

    “People will not tell what’s real and what’s not!”
    Even now people can’t tell what’s real and what’s not!

  • Niladri Ghosh
    Niladri Ghosh 6 months ago

    What abt the information that is molded to a particular flavour to fit the menu? That is happening ri8 now

  • Mustafa Austin Powers
    Mustafa Austin Powers 6 months ago +7

    Oh the irony

  • Venkatesh babu
    Venkatesh babu 6 months ago

    I have been interviewed on the Internet as Obama press secretary by his attorney. That's how is internet.

  • BABYLON HA
    BABYLON HA 6 months ago +2

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 BBC talking about the fake news.

  • Dead Channel
    Dead Channel 6 months ago +10

    The irony. BBC talking about fabricating news and how dangerous the technology can be if it fell into the wrong hands. By the looks of it it already has. Lmao

  • c431inf 11b
    c431inf 11b 6 months ago

    This is great news for CNN

  • links2films
    links2films 6 months ago

    So what !
    On Spanish TV , Manuel the Spaniard from Barcelona in Faulty Towers is Manuel the Portuguese from Lisbon.
    On German TV in an American movie if a rich women says that has been shopping for clothes in Milan and on her way back stopped in romantic Paris , Milan becomes Dusseldorf and Paris Berlin.
    007 in Spain says : _ Bondo , I'm Jaimito Bondo.

  • Conway79
    Conway79 6 months ago +52

    The future is looking like a very black mirror.

  • David George
    David George 6 months ago +4

    Ha! The irony!!

  • Bless Lifestyle
    Bless Lifestyle 6 months ago +1

    Video evidence in court WAS a crucial part of a case. Not anymore

  • Nog Ops
    Nog Ops 6 months ago +1

    How are deepfake videos even legal?

  • Rosco Haines
    Rosco Haines 6 months ago +5

    It's time we got rid of the license fee and turn the BBC into a commercial broadcaster. It does not fairly represent the people of UK. Become an advertising channel BBC and you wouldn't have all the hate from people who have lost faith in your integrity.

    • Stephen Rochester
      Stephen Rochester 6 months ago

      Rosco Haines you can choose not to pay, but you must sacrifice not watching live TV. It sounds like you dislike live TV so there should be no problem.
      I don’t pay for a TV license and have done only for the first year after I moved out of my parent’s house some years ago.

    • Rosco Haines
      Rosco Haines 6 months ago

      +Stephen Rochester We don't have a choice but pay , and I wish to make a point with numerous others that. It is not a simple thing 'Don't watch' this is British Broadcasting Corp. It owes its people to represent the people fairly(Or at least giving a better pretence of having no bias). It is miss-representing our nation . And doing it with peoples money.
      It is a disgrace.

    • Stephen Rochester
      Stephen Rochester 6 months ago

      Rosco Haines don’t watch it then?! Vote with your wallet.