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Which Face is Real?
Aims to "make you aware of the ease with which digital identities can be faked, and to help you spot these fakes at a single glance."
Your first step to see if an image is fake can be a Google search, for example [cnn lightened skin tone photo], which finds this Associated Press article and also a Snopes post.
You can also search for the image using one of these reverse-search tools:
Google Reverse Image Search
Learn how to search for an image on Android and Apple phones and tablets, as well as on larger screens.
Media Verification Assistant
Features a multitude of image tampering detection algorithms plus metadata analysis, GPS Geolocation, EXIF Thumbnail extraction and integration with reverse image search via Google.
Search by image or perform a reverse image search by uploading an image, searching by URL, or simply dragging and dropping images. Offers browser plugins.
InVID Verification Plugin
Plugin for Chrome and Firefox searches multiple websites (including Media Verification Assistant and TinEye) for information about a video and its keyframes (transition images).
Deepfakes / Shallowfakes
This Video May Not Be Real (New York Times)
Select the above image, or follow this link, to watch the video.
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