The world is troubled by Deepfake technology, Indian government has prepared to deal with this problem.

The world is troubled by Deepfake technology, Indian government has prepared to deal with this problem.

Deepfake: Deepfake is becoming a big problem for the world. This technology has created a different kind of challenge for the whole world. Actually, by using deepfake technology, criminals create a fake version of any person, who speaks, walks, acts, talks like a real person, even facial expressions are exactly like the real person. Looks like the same. In this way, by using deepfake technology, criminals can create a fake image of any person and commit fraud or any major crime. Many such cases have been seen all over the world including India.

Government made a plan to deal with deepfakes

Now the Indian government is preparing to deal with the problems arising from this technology. According to the reports coming in the media, the Government of India is planning to take place in 2024 To identify deepfakes before the Lok Sabha elections, a team of deepfake detection experts is going to be formed, whose job will be to detect deepfake technology.

Deepfake detection tool will be created

According to reports, the cyber wing department of the Home Ministry has also started working for this, and has decided to launch deepfake detection tool soon. This tool is being jointly developed by the Bureau of Police Research and Development and the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Centre. 

If reports are to be believed, this special detection tool that recognizes deepfake technology will be deployed in every cyber police station. With the help of this tool, it will become very easy for the police to detect deepfake videos. 

Let us tell you that through this technology, with the help of artificial intelligence, criminals create a fake form that is exactly similar to a real person. Recently, cyber criminals at a Hong Kong company impersonated top officials of the company like CEO, COO and made live conferencing video call to its financial officer and defrauded Rs 207 crore. Apart from this, even in India, big celebrities like Sachin Tendulkar and Rashmika Mandanna have also become victims of deepfake technology.

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