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Giorgio Patrini

CEO at Sensity

Giorgio Patrini is cofounder and CEO at Sensity, formerly called Deeptrace, an AI security startup detecting and monitoring online visual threats such as “deepfakes”. The work of Sensity has been covered by CNN, BBC, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Wired, BuzzFeed, Fortune, Al Jazheera TV, Vox, and Infotagion.

Previously, he was a postdoctoral researcher working on deep generative models with Max Welling at the University of Amsterdam.

Giorgio Patrini is cofounder and CEO at Sensity, formerly called Deeptrace, an AI security startup detecting and monitoring online visual threats such as “deepfakes”. The work of Sensity has been covered by CNN, BBC, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Wired, BuzzFeed, Fortune, Al Jazheera TV, Vox, and Infotagion.

Previously, he was a postdoctoral researcher working on deep generative models with Max Welling at the University of Amsterdam.

DeepFake detection

The deepfake landscape is evolving fast when considering technology, actors, and targets. New consumer apps are bringing deepfakes to the mainstream. Meanwhile, non-consensual and harmful deepfake videos crafted by expert creators are now doubling roughly every 6 months. The number of deepfake videos detected up to Dec 2020 amounts to 85.047.