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Protecting Democracy from Disinformation: LatticeFlow AI's Deepfake Solution

By Greg Tavarez

Well, we've made it halfway through 2024. However, that also means the sun is out in full force and heat is unbearable in some parts of the country.

But the weather isn’t the only thing heating up as the year progresses, though.

We also have the buildup to the 2024 presidential election in the U.S. that is very much heating up. With a lot of loud fingers being pointed at others on the opposite side, there is great concern that advanced technology could be used maliciously (such as deepfakes), no matter who you support.

Deepfakes, as we know, are artificially synthesized videos or audio recordings that make it appear like someone said or did something they never did. In the lead-up to the 2024 U.S. elections, there's a strong need for reliable technology to identify fake voice recordings. This is because bad actors could potentially use deepfakes to spread misinformation or damage a candidate's reputation. The ability to effectively detect voice deepfakes would help ensure the public receives accurate information during the election cycle.

Stepping up to the challenge is LatticeFlow AI, a platform that builds trustworthy AI applications, and its LatticeFlow AI Audio, a product designed to find and identify model errors in audio AI applications.

LatticeFlow AI assists AI teams throughout the entire AI development cycle by automatically identifying and resolving data and model problems.

LatticeFlow AI Audio, combined with the company’s existing capabilities in computer vision, makes it one of the most advanced solutions for deepfake detectors to combat deepfake threats combining audio and video.

This is important because a deepfake detector such as this better equips journalists to expose attempts at misinformation. Deepfake detectors also allow journalists to verify the authenticity of such footage. This allows the journalists to safeguard the integrity of the democratic process.

“We believe that there is no place for deepfakes in civil, ethical societies,” said Dr. Petar Tsankov, co-founder and CEO at LatticeFlow AI. “Ethical, safe, and trustworthy AI are the foundational values of our company – and why we want to help address deepfakes detection in advance of the 2024 elections. LatticeFlow AI Audio is the industry’s only product that can automatically find and identify AI audio data and model errors.”

Edited by Alex Passett
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