Ready to put your face on someone else’s TikTok video? ByteDance, TikTok’s parent company, has built a face-swapping feature that may be incorporated into TikTok, as well as Douyin.
The unreleased feature creates realistic-looking deepfakes that TikTok calls “Face Swap.”
Chinese face-swapping app Zao is so good that WeChat blocked it because it posed a security risk.
When will deepfakes be available to 1.5 billion TikTok and Douyin users at the touch of a button? Your guess is as good as mine. But… get ready. This technology is here. Now. And it is going to be packaged for consumers soon.
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