Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. in Back To The Future: New deepfake viral


Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. are the new protagonists of a video deepfake in this case fun, although the technology deepfake never ceases to generate concern for its likelihood and its potential uses.

The account EZRyderX47 she posted a video on YouTube where the actors of the world Marvel —where they represent Spider-Man and Iron Man—, impersonating Michael J. Fox (as Marty McFly) and Christopher Lloyd (as Dr. Emmett Brown) in the tape that he directed Robert Zemeckis in 1985. What you can see below.

Subsequently, to give greater momentum, the dedicated account to talk about cinema, Forumcinema, compared the video of the deepfake with the original and ended up viralise the experiment.

What is deepfake?

The term deepfake is the union of the concept deep learningas is known to the deep learning of artificial intelligence systems and the word fake, false. According to The Economistthey began to use it in a forum of Reddit, when is a few videos with supposed movie stars having sex became viral.

Currently, it is very simple to make an deepfake. FakeApp, for example, is one of many applications that you can download to do so.

Programs deepfake work on each video as if it were a photograph and extract frame by frame each image that you upload. So the more videos you use, with different illuminations —that is to say, the more information you give to the artificial intelligence— the result will seem more real

Hollywood is becoming more and more common, in Star Wars: Rogue Onefor example, the actress norway Ingvild Deila put his body so that his face out exchanged by the younger version of Carrie Fisher.

In the following gallery you can see other deepfakes: