Facebook has banned users from posting computer-generated, highly manipulated videos, known as deepfakes, seeking to stop the spread of a novel form of misinformation months before the 2020 presidential election.
H/T: Washington Post
Deep fakes are videos, but not as you know them. The people in them might look and sound real, but the images and audio have been produced using ever-improving AI technologies. Soon individuals and state players alike will have the power to make celebrities and politicians do or say whatever they want via digital doubles.
How machine learning drives the world of deepfakes. pic.twitter.com/4nIQu1X2YT— Jean-Yves Gonin (@jeanyvesgonin) January 3, 2020
FLASHBACK: Twitter proposes draft deepfake policies https://t.co/bsO616JvKV— Deep Clips (@DeepClips) January 7, 2020