Unraveling "Deep trouble" with Tannya Jajal

Unraveling "Deep trouble" with Tannya Jajal


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With recent advancements in technologies and in particular AI, creating convincingly fake images, audios and videos of people’s faces and voices have never been easier while spotting them has become harder.

While there are many interesting and creative applications of deepfakes, they are also likely to be weaponized.

In this podcast, Tannya Jajal, AI expert, technology evangelist, futurist, author and expert technology contributor from Forbes, talks to us about how deepfakes are created, how they can be spotted and how dangerous they can be. On the flip side, she provides us with examples of good applications of deepfakes and discusses the legal parameters around the production of deepfakes.

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