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Researchers have discovered a surprisingly simple way to detect deepfake video calls: ask the suspect to turn to the side.

The trick was shared this week by metaphysics.aia London-based startup behind the viral Tom Cruise deepfakes.

The company used DeepFaceLive, a popular video deepfaking app, to turn a volunteer into various celebrities.

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Most of the recreations were impressive when looking straight ahead. But when the faces turned a full 90 degrees, the images were distorted and the spell was broken.