We want to try and distinguish real voices from (deep)fake voices using the graphs generated by a discrete fourier transform (generated from .wav audio files). We know from each image if it is a real or a fake voice, so it's a supervised classification problem. An image would look like this:
We think that real voices generate a graph with clear spikes, whereas fake voices have more noise resulting in less clear spikes. For this reason, we thought of using a CNN to take such an image as input (with x and y-axes ommited), and classify it as real or fake. Our concern is that it's actually a graph and not an image of an object, so we're not sure if this would be a good approach. We could also use the arrays generated from the fourier transform, but we're not sure how we could use that as input as we want to classify if it's real or fake, and not predict y for each x.