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Meet ‘The Indian Deepfaker’: The Game-Changing Startup Unlocking the Full Potential of Deepfake Tech

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Deepfake technology has been making waves in recent years, with its ability to convincingly manipulate audio and video content to create fake but realistic-looking media.

One company that has commercialized this technology is The Indian Deepfake (TID) which is child company of Polymath Solutions., which specializes in creating AI Generated Synthetic Media for various industries.

Founded in 2019, by Divyendra Singh Jadoun, TID started out as a side hustle then went on to small team of developers and creatives who were passionate about exploring the possibilities of AI Geneated Synthetic Media technology and voice cloning. In its early days, the company focused on creating Hyper Realistic Digital Avatars for the entertainment industry working on projects for independent film producers, production houses and music artists.

As the technology improved and Synthetic Media aka Deepfakes became more mainstream, TID began to attract attention from bigger companies and advertising agencies. 

Its team of skilled professionals, who were adept at creating high-quality deepfakes that were virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, quickly gained a reputation for being the go-to choice for companies looking to use deepfake technology in their projects.

The company became the world’s leading AI Generated Synthetic Media Tech learning platform that aimed to teach individuals how to create Hyper Realistic Digital Avatars, Voice cloning, Lip Synching, Deepfake Technology. The company quickly realized the potential of AI technology and decided to use it to create hyper-realistic synthetic media for brands, production houses, research universities, advertising agencies, celebrities, and YouTubers.

Before long, TID had grown into a large organization with a global client base. It was working on projects for major film studios, television networks, and advertising agencies, creating deepfakes for everything from commercials and promotional videos to feature films and music videos.

TID has worked with many renowned brands and production houses, Celebrities, including Netflix, Shine TV Network, New York University, IIMA, . The company has also partnered with research universities to create deepfakes for research purposes.

One of the keys to TID’s success has been its focus on ethical use of the technology.The company has strict policies in place to ensure that its deepfakes are used only for lawful and responsible purposes, and it has worked with industry groups and policymakers to help establish guidelines for the ethical use of deepfakes.

The company uses advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to create highly realistic deepfake videos that are almost indistinguishable from the real thing. The team at TID is also skilled in creating custom solutions for clients, ensuring that each project is tailored to meet the specific needs and requirements of the client.

In addition to creating deepfakes for national and international brands, TID also offers affordable courses on synthetic media technology for interested individuals. The courses are interactive and engaging, teaching students how to create hyper-realistic Synthetic Content through step-by-step instruction, with solutions to all errors.

TID’s courses cover Hyper Real Deepfakes creation, Real-Time Deepfakes for PC Streaming or Video Calls, Lip Synchronization, and Voice Cloning. With these courses, TID aims to educate more people about deepfake technology and its unlimited opportunities to revolutionize media and various industries.

Deepfake technology can be utilized in many industries, including education, marketing and advertising agencies, and the VFX/Film industry. For education, Deepfake technology can bring historical personalities to life, making classrooms more engaging and participatory. For marketing and advertising, Deepfake technology can provide a hyper-personalized experience for the customer and create better omnichannel campaigns. For the VFX/Film industry, deceased actors can be resurrected to star in an infinite number of franchises, and Deepfake technology can reduce the cost of video campaigns.

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