Can you tell whether a photo has been manipulated?

This story was originally published in Science.

If you were fooled by the recent photo of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin having an intense discussion at the G20 summit, don’t feel bad. In a recent study people were only able to spot faked images 60% of the time. And almost half of the time they were not able to tell where an image had been altered, researchers report today in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. […] Read the rest of this story in Science Magazine.

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