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Intel FakeCatcher Real-Time Deepfake Detector AI Models
Facebook AI can reverse engineer deepfakes and figure out their source, but the Intel FakeCatcher is the world’s first real-time deepfake detector. How does it work? This technology runs on Intel hardware and software, both of which interface through a web-based platform. Optimized FakeCatcher architecture consists of teams using OpenVino to run AI models for face and landmark detection algorithms.

Intel Core i5-12400 Alder Lake CPU Desktop Processor
The Intel Core i5-12400 Alder Lake Desktop Processor with cooler is considered by many to be the best value gaming CPU, and you can get one for $159.99 shipped, today only, originally $237.50. In benchmarks, this processor scored 681 points in single-core and 4983 points in the multi-core test in CPU-z, which put it on par with AMD’s Ryzen 5 5600X. Its multi-core performance is 18% better than its predecessor, the Core i5-11400. Product page.

Intel Arc A-Series Limited Edition GPU Graphics Card
Intel’s all-new Arc A-Series GPUs are touted as the first in the industry to offer full AV1 hardware acceleration, including both encode and decode, while also delivering faster video encode aas well as higher quality streaming using the same internet bandwidth. The company collaborated with industry partners to ensure that AV1 support is available today in many of the most popular media applications, with broader adoption expected later this year. Read more to see the teaser for their Arc A-Series limited edition GPU.

Intel Core i9-12900KS Worlds Fastest Desktop Processor
Intel today unveiled their all-new 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900KS, and it’s claimed to be the world’s fastest desktop processor, delivering up to 5.5-GHz max turbo frequency. This unlocked processor is aimed at enthusiasts and gamers alike who just want the fastest processor available. Featuring 16 cores (8 Performance-cores + 8 Efficient-cores), 24 threads, 150W processor base power and 30MB Intel Smart Cache for even more gaming performance.

Intel Larrabee Knights Ferry Graphics Card GPU
Intel’s canceled Larrabee Knights Ferry (KNF) was supposed to be the company’s dedicated GPGPU chip separate from its current line of integrated graphics accelerators. There is currently only one known functioning prototype in the wild, and it just sold for a whopping $5,258 USD. One caveat: since it’s an engineering sample there are no drivers included, which means you won’t be able to game with this graphics card.