A fake video of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that was created using deepfake technology has appeared on Instagram, which Vice first reported.
This video appears not long after Facebook came under criticism for its decision not to remove a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that was circulated on the platform.
The video of Zuckerberg was created by two artists and an advertising company as part of a documentary festival.
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A fake video of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg created using “deepfake” technology has emerged on Instagram, in yet another example showing how AI can be used to construct phony content that’s easily shareable through social media.
The video, which was first spotted by Vice, was posted by an Instagram account known as @bill_posters_uk, and was reportedly created by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe along with advertising firm Canny. As Vice reports, it was created as part of an exhibit, called “Spectre,” for the Sheffield Doc Fest, a documentary festival taking place in the United Kingdom.
“Imagine this for a second,” the fake Zuckerberg says in the video, which was edited to look like a news clip. “One man with …read more
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