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    MIT Technology Review | Karen Hao | 10/9/20 | 11 min
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    • DellwoodBarker
      Top reader this weekScoutScribe
      3 weeks ago

      Wild. Wild. My initial reaction is unsettled and disturbed yet if We can regulate this for Protection then more Peace Integrates with my basic instinctual reaction.

      Could a deep fake video for instance make a sober individual appear as an addict and be used to deceive?

      In the last year I saw a film trailer for a Modern Crime Thriller (I want to say it was from BBC) that piqued my interest as the basis for the story was an investigator/detective who is awakened to a convicted or suspected individual as a possible victim of deep fake.

      I wish I had written down the title because I Really, Really wanted to view it. After reading this: Now; even more so.

    • Florian
      Top reader this weekReading streak
      3 weeks ago

      Very interesting. Seems like this is just the beginning.

    • normanbae3 weeks ago

      Deepfake actors. From creating porn to aiding experiments to protecting victims.