The president of MicrosoftBrad Smith, said in an appearance before US legislators that his greatest concern about the AI is that it helps the spread of deepfakes.
“We need to take steps to protect against tampering with legitimate content with the intent to mislead or defraud people through the use of AI”, declared the president of Microsoft.
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Brad also clarified that foreign countries would take advantage of this modality and, specifically, Iran, China or Russia would take advantage of the benefits of AI. So, he asked lawmakers to create regulations to protect the nation. Also, that they take initiatives to take care that people do not fall for deepfakes.
In addition, the Microsoft leader maintains that labels should be included to identify an image or video that is the product of artificial intelligence and not by a person.
how to collect hypertextualAlthough AI is a boom at the moment because of ChatGPT, deepfakes have been around for several years.
“These videos, images or audio generated by using deep learning and neural networks, aim to fool people. Its creators use thousands of data to train an algorithm that will replace the face of one person with another”, warns the portal.