Artificial Intelligence

People trust AI fake faces more than real ones, according to a new study

The responsible use of Artificial Intelligence is vital. Image: Pixabay/Geralt

Victoria Masterson
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16 different faces, male and female.
Real (R) and synthetic (S) faces were rated for trustworthiness with ‘statistically significant’ results. Image: PNAS

8 different faces, male and female.
The four most (top row) and four least (bottom row) trustworthy faces, according to the study. Image: PNAS

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