Born in France, Camilo Fosco spent his formative years in Argentina where he went on to study electrical engineering at the University of Buenos Aires. Fosco is now a graduate student at MIT pursuing a PhD in Computer Science. Fosco works at the intersection of computer vision, perception and computational cognition. Prior to his PhD, Fosco obtained a master’s degree in computational science at Harvard University. Fosco’s current projects at CSAIL revolve around understanding how the human brain processes certain types of information, and trying to mimic that for the better. He has been working on a paper that estimates what parts of a fake video are easier for humans to detect, and amplifies those artifacts to increase the probability that humans will label the video as fake.
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