“Full Measure” with Sharyl Attkisson on “Deep Fakes” Technology That Can Swap Faces and Put One Person’s Words in Another Person’s Mouth

TOPICS:Artificial IntelligenceBN FrankDeep Fakes

JUNE 5, 2019

By B.N. Frank

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?  

Earlier this year, MIT scientists bragged about how they developed a laser that can remotely transmit audio signals directly into ears.

Earlier this week, Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson reported about what is being done to try to catch technology-created “Deep Fakes” before they cause disastrous consequences:

Today, a fascinating and somewhat frightening trip down a technological rabbit hole. To a place where it’s becoming nearly impossible to believe your own eyes. Deep Fakes are videos that use Artificial Intelligence to make it look like someone said or did something they never said or did. As you can imagine, they’re raising all kinds of legal and policy concerns. That’s today’s cover story.

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2 comments on ““Full Measure” with Sharyl Attkisson on “Deep Fakes” Technology That Can Swap Faces and Put One Person’s Words in Another Person’s Mouth

  1. Wondered about this while watching one of Julian Assange’s speeches

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