'Jurors and members of the court assume these images to be real, though a manipulated image could go undetected with devastating consequences', she said.'We need to work to find better ways to protect people from the negative effects of photo manipulation, and we're now exploring a number of ways that might help people to better detect fakes.'Last year a study found up to 80 per cent of students in the US couldn't tell the difference between sponsored content and a real news story.
Fake news refers to news from dubious sources, advertising content, or stories that are just totally made up - but which still go viral on Facebook and Twitter.
The researchers set up an online test that used a bank of 40 images created from 10 original images sourced from Google Images.
Six of the original images were subjected to five different types of manipulation, including physically implausible and physically plausible manipulations, to create 30 manipulated images.
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Is the image on the left or the right fake and why?