Digital creativity



Deepfake is a technique for compositing human images based on artificial intelligence. It is used to combine existing images and video. This way, you can, for instance, paste your face onto other people's faces. This way, you can make famous people say something without them actually having said it. In this special workshop, students will learn about this new technique. Using an app, they will look up some influential people and replace their faces with their own. They will then come up with their own text they want these people to say. The important thing is to edit the images well and speak the texts clearly. Afterwards, the videos are watched and the students assess the created videos for their realism.

Key objectives
Learning to use Deepfake and artificial intelligence. They do this by combining photography and video with the above techniques. They also learn to empathise with the visual characteristics of photographs and videos. They do this by exploring and applying a mix of artistic and technical means. The pupil learns to use visual or auditory means to report on participation in artistic activities, as a spectator and as a participant. (core objective 51) The pupil learns to reflect orally or in writing on his own work and the work of others, including that of artists. (core objective 52)



Workshop number: 0251

Target group: VWO / HAVO / VMBO / VSO

Duration: 100 minutes (2 lessons)

Number of participants: 30 pupils

Location: At school


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