The Dangers of DeepFake Technology: Exploring the Potential Risks of AI-Generated Videos and Imagesby@sammynathaniels
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The Dangers of DeepFake Technology: Exploring the Potential Risks of AI-Generated Videos and Images

by Samuel Bassey15mMay 9th, 2023
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Deepfakes are AI-generated videos and images that can alter or fabricate the reality of people, events, and objects. This technology is a type of artificial intelligence that can create or manipulate images, videos, and audio that look and sound realistic but are not authentic. It can be used for various purposes, such as in entertainment, education, research, or art. However, it can also pose serious risks to individuals and society, including spreading misinformation, violating privacy, damaging reputation, impersonating identity, and influencing public opinion.
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