Adobe Photoshop software is one of the most famous digital photo manipulation tools. However, since custom digital photos and images can also be used to trick people into false news, Adobe developers have prepared an extremely interesting software tool. This can detect false images, with the whole system based on artificial intelligence.
A new tool for detecting false photos or images is based on the perception of the corrections made with the Liquify tool in Photoshop. This is often used to modify facial features or expressions. Adobe developers learned artificial intelligence to detect false or computational images, bringing 1.1 million images to the system, of which 942 thousand were modified or supplemented with the Liquify software and 157 thousand were genuine. In this way, artificial intelligence has actually learned to recognize computer-treated patterns or false photographs, but only for a few seconds to need the software for a few seconds while man would need a few hours for the same job.
The new Adobe tool is very successful in "work", as its accuracy is 99%. The tool may even recommend repairs that restore the image to the original condition, and performance or accuracy in this case is 98.9%. The recognition tool is not so powerful as to restore any image in its original state, but that could soon change.