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    What is DeepFakeAI FAKEAI?

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    #crypto What is DeepFakeAI FAKEAI? https://rumble.com/v4hz1sc-what-is-deepfakeai-fakeai.html
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  • In the future, #AI will write news stories and present them with deepfake AI news anchors. As AI improves, you will be unable to discern what is fake and real.
    In the future, #AI will write news stories and present them with deepfake AI news anchors. As AI improves, you will be unable to discern what is fake and real.
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    It Begins: Here The Come The Deepfake News AI Anchors - Activist Post
    Some experts are forecasting that as much as 80 percent of the news will be delivered this way by 2028.
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  • Between #AI and “deepfake” videos — a survey of 2,000 adults split evenly by generation reveals that almost three-quarters (74%) can’t even tell what’s real or fake anymore -- like these images.
    Between #AI and “deepfake” videos — a survey of 2,000 adults split evenly by generation reveals that almost three-quarters (74%) can’t even tell what’s real or fake anymore -- like these images.
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    Deepfake Society: 74% of Americans Can’t Tell What’s Real or Fake Online Anymore - Activist Post
    Americans believe only 37 percent of the content they see on social media is “real,” or free of edits, filters, and Photoshop.
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  • Fraud trends for 2023 reveal where fraudsters are focusing their efforts as well as what tools are on the rise to fight against attackers. Deepfakes are at the top of the list.
    Fraud trends for 2023 reveal where fraudsters are focusing their efforts as well as what tools are on the rise to fight against attackers. Deepfakes are at the top of the list.
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    Deepfakes, ATO Now Entrenched as Top ID Fraud Trends - Activist Post
    The top fraud trends were and still are deepfake usage, complex fraud patterns, and advanced forgeries.
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  • Microsoft and Meta Detail Plans To Combat “Election Disinformation” Which Includes Meme Stamp-Style Watermarks and Reliance on “Fact Checkers”

    And so it begins. In fact, it hardly ever stops – another election cycle in well on its way in the US. But what has emerged these last few years, and what continues to crop up the closer the election day gets, is the role of the most influential social platforms/tech companies.

    Pressure on them is sometimes public, but mostly not, as the Twitter Files have taught us; and it is with this in mind that various announcements about combating “election disinformation” coming from Big Tech should be viewed.

    Although, one can never discount the possibility that some – say, Microsoft – are doing it quite voluntarily. That company has now come out with what it calls “new steps to protect elections,” and is framing this concern for election integrity more broadly than just the goings-on in the US.

    From the EU to India and many, many places in between, elections will be held over the next year or so, says Microsoft, however, these democratic processes are at peril.

    “While voters exercise this right, another force is also at work to influence and possibly interfere with the outcomes of these consequential contests,” said a blog post co-authored by Microsoft Vice Chair and President Brad Smith.

    By “another force,” could Smith possibly mean, Big Tech? No. It’s “multiple authoritarian nation states” he’s talking about, and Microsoft’s “Election Protection Commitments” seek to counter that threat in a 5-step plan to be deployed in the US, and elsewhere where “critical” elections are to be held.

    Critical more than others why, and what is Microsoft seeking to protect – it’s all very unclear.

    But one of the measures is the Content Credentials digital metadata scheme, similar to meme stamp watermarking. However, considering that the most widely used browser, Chrome, is not signed up to the group (C2PA) that spawned Content Credentials, the question remains how helpful it will be to political campaigns using this tech in their images or videos, “to show how, when, and by whom the content was created or edited, including if it was generated by AI.”

    Meta (Facebook) also announced its own effort in the same vein, seeking to combat altered content such as deepfakes – in case they “merge, combine, replace, and/or superimpose content onto a video, creating a video that appears authentic (… and) would likely mislead an average person.”

    🔗SOURCE ➡️ ReclaimTheNet (https://reclaimthenet.org/microsoft-and-meta-detail-plans-to-combat-election-disinformation)
    Microsoft and Meta Detail Plans To Combat “Election Disinformation” Which Includes Meme Stamp-Style Watermarks and Reliance on “Fact Checkers” And so it begins. In fact, it hardly ever stops – another election cycle in well on its way in the US. But what has emerged these last few years, and what continues to crop up the closer the election day gets, is the role of the most influential social platforms/tech companies. Pressure on them is sometimes public, but mostly not, as the Twitter Files have taught us; and it is with this in mind that various announcements about combating “election disinformation” coming from Big Tech should be viewed. Although, one can never discount the possibility that some – say, Microsoft – are doing it quite voluntarily. That company has now come out with what it calls “new steps to protect elections,” and is framing this concern for election integrity more broadly than just the goings-on in the US. From the EU to India and many, many places in between, elections will be held over the next year or so, says Microsoft, however, these democratic processes are at peril. “While voters exercise this right, another force is also at work to influence and possibly interfere with the outcomes of these consequential contests,” said a blog post co-authored by Microsoft Vice Chair and President Brad Smith. By “another force,” could Smith possibly mean, Big Tech? No. It’s “multiple authoritarian nation states” he’s talking about, and Microsoft’s “Election Protection Commitments” seek to counter that threat in a 5-step plan to be deployed in the US, and elsewhere where “critical” elections are to be held. Critical more than others why, and what is Microsoft seeking to protect – it’s all very unclear. But one of the measures is the Content Credentials digital metadata scheme, similar to meme stamp watermarking. However, considering that the most widely used browser, Chrome, is not signed up to the group (C2PA) that spawned Content Credentials, the question remains how helpful it will be to political campaigns using this tech in their images or videos, “to show how, when, and by whom the content was created or edited, including if it was generated by AI.” Meta (Facebook) also announced its own effort in the same vein, seeking to combat altered content such as deepfakes – in case they “merge, combine, replace, and/or superimpose content onto a video, creating a video that appears authentic (… and) would likely mislead an average person.” 🔗SOURCE ➡️ ReclaimTheNet (https://reclaimthenet.org/microsoft-and-meta-detail-plans-to-combat-election-disinformation)
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  • The growing accessibility and power of deepfakes and generative #AI are causing headaches for fraud prevention professionals and forensic investigators, and the problem appears to be getting worse.
    The growing accessibility and power of deepfakes and generative #AI are causing headaches for fraud prevention professionals and forensic investigators, and the problem appears to be getting worse.
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  • https://youtu.be/KyiH3xJEf3c

    Official trailer for CAVIAR, the deepfake horror movie. Streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. #amazon #deepfake #somee #sme #pob #oneup #pesos
    https://youtu.be/KyiH3xJEf3c Official trailer for CAVIAR, the deepfake horror movie. Streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. #amazon #deepfake #somee #sme #pob #oneup #pesos
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  • At least some in the U.S. military have heard enough about deepfakes and they want in. The Intercept has got hold of a lengthy technology wish list that its editors feel was created by the U.S. Special Operations Command.
    At least some in the U.S. military have heard enough about deepfakes and they want in. The Intercept has got hold of a lengthy technology wish list that its editors feel was created by the U.S. Special Operations Command.
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    US Military Group Wants Weaponized Deepfakes, Better Biometric Tools - Activist Post
    They also want to biometrically identify individuals using, among other techniques, touchless fingerprint capture over long distances.
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  • Incredible A.I. #ai #deepfake #somee #someeofficial #meme #lolz #neoxian #pesos #sbt
    Incredible A.I. #ai #deepfake #somee #someeofficial #meme #lolz #neoxian #pesos #sbt
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  • RT news are now taken down from Telegram. I posted about Somee Social before it got taken down in the comment section.
    found a great comedian at Instagram also that does deepfake. Check this Joe Rogan parody;) @brianmonarch
    https://www.instagram.com/tv/CTPlcueA1pu/?utm_medium=copy_link

    RT news are now taken down from Telegram. I posted about Somee Social before it got taken down in the comment section. found a great comedian at Instagram also that does deepfake. Check this Joe Rogan parody;) @brianmonarch https://www.instagram.com/tv/CTPlcueA1pu/?utm_medium=copy_link
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  • Warnings about “Deepfake” images created by #AI are not new; however, they just got much scarier.
    Warnings about “Deepfake” images created by #AI are not new; however, they just got much scarier.
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    Artificial Intelligence Now Available to Make Realistic “Deepfakes” from Social Media Pictures - Activist Post
    "AI tech makes it trivial to generate harmful fake photos from a few social media pictures."
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