Specialists have found a way to protect celebrities and other people from fake videos. State University of New York introduced a neural network that distinguishes diphtheics. The secret is in blinks. At one time, videos with substituted faces flooded the Internet and what at the beginning seemed funny and funny, after a while, it was already worrying. Politicians can be “forced” to say things that they would never have said. To create such a video, it is necessary to process a large number of photos in order to “remember” a typical facial expression, therefore celebrities most often suffer. However, the photo does not take into account the fact of a person blinking. The engineers took advantage of this by creating a program that determines the fake videos with a 95% probability. Unfortunately, this method will not protect for a long time, over time, scammers will find the opportunity to adapt to the standard blinking of a person (on average once every 2-10 seconds, lasting from 1 / 10 to 4/10 seconds).