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Finding fraud in digital images
Recorded January 12, 2006
Associate professor of computer science Hany Farid is interested in detecting whether a digital image has been manipulated. Because digital images are found everywhere today, he explains that his research can be used to examine images to see if they have been tampered with. This has immediate relevance for the fields of law, media, and science. In this podcast, he talks about his work in digital forensics and how it can be implemented.