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In an era in which facial recognition has made it easy for law enforcement and other organizations to search someone’s identity based on their face alone, the question of when it’s appropriate to share identifiable photos of protesters and activists publicly has become a flashpoint on social media.
A German startup called Brighter AI is aiming to provide a limited workaround to that problem with a new free service that draws on the same artificial intelligence tech that powers deepfakes.