Digital Forgery

Digital forgery refers to the act of manipulating or altering digital content, such as images, videos, or documents, with the intention to deceive or mislead viewers. It involves using digital tools and techniques to create fraudulent or deceptive representations that appear authentic and genuine. This can include modifying the content itself, adding or removing elements, or even fabricating entirely new compositions.

Digital forgery has become increasingly prevalent with the advancements in technology and software capabilities. It can be used for various malicious purposes, such as spreading fake news, creating false evidence, or conducting online scams. Detecting digital forgery has become a significant challenge as the sophistication of forgery techniques continues to evolve. Advanced image and video analysis methods, along with artificial intelligence and machine learning, are being employed to develop robust detection algorithms to safeguard the integrity of digital content.

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