Presented identities can no longer be expected to be authentic identities. This creates risks for democracy, national security, business, human rights, and personal privacy. In this paper, we will explore the specific challenges to authentic identity in automated identity verification use cases as well as applications where we conventionally accept faces as real, and perhaps should no longer do so. We will also dive into what can be done to support authenticity and detect attempts to undermine it.
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