'Social media today is a hive of hoaxes, propaganda, outrage, and disinformation, with a few rare bright spots These creations can make you say whatever a hoaxer wants you to say, insert you into a place you’ve never been, even strip you naked and add you to a porn video. With the current most active denizens of social media seemingly unable and unwilling to tell truth from fiction, deepfakes seem poised to destroy the very fabric of our social interaction online. But there’s hope. By virtue of how artificial neural networks work, the images they generate will contain obvious artifacts, and while they may be hidden to the human eye, other computers will be able to detect them..Researchers keep finding ways to flag fake videos and manipulated photos. Social media platforms need to start integrating those tools into their software. '