Face morphing attacks: Investigating detection with humans and computers

Face morphing is a method used by fraudsters in which two separate identity photographs are digitally merged to create a single image that sufficiently resembles both people. This image is then submitted as part of the application for a genuine passport or driving licence, and if accepted, potentially allows both people to use the same genuine identification document without arousing suspicion.


University of Lincoln, School of Psychology

Dr Robin Kramer, University of Lincoln, School of Psychology

Dr Michael Mireku, University of Lincoln, School of Psychology

Dr Tessa Flack, University of Lincoln, School of Psychology

Dr Kay Ritchie, University of Lincoln, School of Psychology