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[S.U.R.E. Skills Series for Seniors] Spotting Deepfake Images and Videos

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Learn about Artificial Intelligence-generated deepfake images and videos. This programme is accessible for the Deaf and hard of hearing.

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Manipulated images and videos are getting more sophisticated all the time—but so are the techniques that can identify them. Through this engaging workshop, learn more about Artificial Intelligence (AI)-generated deepfake images and videos, how they work, and how to detect them. This programme is accessible for the Deaf and hard of hearing. Zoom’s closed captioning feature will be enabled throughout the session. 

This workshop is the final part of the S.U.R.E. Skills Series for Seniors, suitable for those aged 50 and above.

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Jessie Yak has been with the National Library Board for more than 8 years. She believes that information literacy is an important skill in the increasingly technology-driven society, and wishes to reach out and prepare as many citizens as possible to be literate consumers of the information around them.

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The National Library Board (NLB) manages a network of 27 public libraries, the National Library and the National Archives of Singapore. NLB promotes reading, learning and information literacy by providing a trusted, accessible and globally-connected library and information service through the National Library and a comprehensive network of Public Libraries.

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