Trump’s First Deepfake – The Atlantic

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“When people began talking about the political implications of deepfake technology— manipulating a video to transpose one person’s face on another’s body—they usually assumed that deepfakery would be deployed by some anonymous, hostile non-state actor, as a no-return-address, high-tech sabotage of democracy. Who imagined that the return address would be 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?

Yet it has happened.”

Source: Trump’s First Deepfake – The Atlantic

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