Artificial intelligence improves, deepfake risks continue

Who’s responsible when a shared video looks real, but it’s deepfake deception?

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More than two years after the Senate passed the Deepfake Report Act of 2019, deepfake incidents keep popping up. If you’re unfamiliar with the issue, deepfakes are a combination of artificial intelligence (AI) used to create fake audio…

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