In this episode I talk to Dr Regina Rini. Dr Rini currently teaches in the Philosophy Department at York University, Toronto where she hol...
By framing deepfakes as a tech problem we allow Silicon Valley to evade responsibility for its symbiotic relationship with fake news
They started out as a joke – doctored videos of celebrities doing unlikely things, from a Nicolas Cage cameo in Friends to Mark Zuckerberg boasting about ‘stolen’ data. But as the technology improves, could deepfakes swing an election?
Last month Facebook declined to remove a manipulated video of Nancy Pelosi even after it was viewed millions of times
It used to make sense to believe something until it was debunked; now, it makes sense to assume certain claims are fake—unless they are verified.