Podcast ¦ Informing Choices : Deepfakes The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly with Sylvia Gallusser & Tunu Wamai

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Summary: The article discusses the risks and opportunities associated with deep fakes, which are synthetic media created using AI and machine learning to manipulate someone's appearance or voice. The risks include identity theft, reputational damage, and fraudulent activities, while the opportunities include entertainment, art, and education. The interview also explores different perspectives on the risks and the need for thoughtful consideration of technology, identity, and influence. The article highlights the potential dangers of deep fakes in areas like politics and the importance of regulating digital media where it is more difficult to control compared to traditional media.

Key Points:

Deep fakes are digitally manipulated media that use AI and machine learning to make it appear as if someone is saying or doing something they never did.
The risks of deep fakes include identity theft, reputational damage, and business defamation.

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