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Submitted by Freddybear
Freddybear (1805256) writes "Digital forensics experts at Dartmouth have developed software that can analyze digital photos to rate how drastically they have been altered by digital editing techniques. "The Dartmouth research, said Seth Matlins, a former talent agent and marketing executive, could be “hugely important” as a tool for objectively measuring the degree to which photos have been altered.""
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How Photoshopped Is That Picture?

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Nobody's gonna believe that computers are intelligent until they start coming in late and lying about it.

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