The Israeli startup and TechCrunch Startup Battlefield alumnus’ technology alters digital images, such as with photorealistic faces of nonexistent people generated by AI so they cannot be matched against databases to determine identity, which may prove attractive now that governments are looking at advanced surveillance methods post-COVID-19. The technology can also create deepfakes, a feature currently being explored by the team.
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