Deepfakes are like those Hollywood movie scenes where they make people appear in places or situations they were never really in. But instead of big-budget films, these are computer-generated, often to trick people.

These sneaky videos and audios are made by computers using something called “artificial intelligence” to make them look and sound very real. The problem is, they can be used for bad things, like tricking people into believing something that never happened. Imagine seeing a video of your friend saying something they never actually said!


These deepfakes are causing a lot of concern, so the government is getting involved to figure out how to stop them. They’re talking about making new rules to control these tricky videos and to make sure the people who make and share them are held responsible.

But how can you tell if a video or audio is a deepfake? Well, there’s no magic solution, but there are some clues that can help you figure it out. For instance, sometimes the face of the person in the video might look a bit weird or not quite match up with their body. In a recent case, an actor’s face was put on someone else’s body, and you could spot the difference when the person fully showed up in the video.

Sometimes, in these fake videos, the lips don’t move quite right, or the blinking of the eyes seems odd. These are little hints that something might not be real. But here’s the tricky part—technology is getting so good that sometimes it’s really hard to tell what’s fake and what’s real. The people who make these fake videos keep getting better and better at making them look convincing.


The government and even the tech platforms where these videos are shared are trying to work together to stop these sneaky fakes. They’re thinking about making rules that would punish both the people who make the fakes and the places that share them.

So, while these deepfakes might seem like they’re from a sci-fi movie, they’re causing some real problems, and everyone’s trying to figure out how to deal with them.