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The AI can’t protect against deepfakes,” the report says

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An artificial intelligence-based solutions, which may not be in a position to save us all from the deceptively modified video, also known as the deepfakes, according to a new report from the Information, and the Society in general.

In this report, the authors Britt in Paris, and John Donovan took deepfakes to be a long process of manipulation by the media, and tell them that they need to have a social and a technical correction.

“The panic around the deepfakes justifies the rapid pace of technology solutions to structural inequality,” Paris told The Verge. “It’s a big project, but we need to find solutions that are both social and political, so that people without power are not taken into account for the purposes of comparison.”

“The relationship between the media and the truth has never been stable,” the report reads.

The authors mentioned that the actions of the media companies, during the Gulf War, and to say that it is false, events on the ground, due to the selective editing of the images on the evening news broadcasts.

“These pictures are the real pictures of it,” says the report. “What a manipulative was the way they were contextualized, interpreted, and broadcast round-the-clock on cable television.”

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A number of celebrities and public figures including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, are to be seen in the deepfakes.

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Fears about the potential for deepfakes to the misinformation that has increased as the technology has advanced. Some can wreak havoc when the 2020 election. Most of the attention in the media about the deepfakes focuses on prominent public figures and lawmakers, including House speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., but, as the authors write, is that the citizens will ultimately be affected by the technology.

Even though the researchers are looking for technological solutions, and Facebook has recently released a set of data in order to test new models aimed at the detection of the deepfakes the Data, and the Company warns against relying solely on Big Tech.

“With more comprehensive solutions could be the establishment of a federal action on the companies in order to encourage them to be more meaningful and address the impact of their huge gains over the past 15 years,” the authors write in the report’s conclusion.

The full report can be found here.

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