Clearly intended to constrain anti-Chinese government propoganda, it nonetheless sounds like a good idea to me that everyone should adopt. This tech is deeply dangerous imo.
'The Chinese government just made it illegal to pass off deepfakes or other AI-created media as legitimate.' '... anyone who uses artificial intelligence or virtual reality tech to synthesize realistic media will have to disclose that their creations aren’t real life.'
Interestingly, that article also states that California has already passed a similar law. ' China’s new law bears similarity to a California law enacted in October. California doesn’t specifically mention deepfake tech by name — instead, it makes it illegal to publish misleading media that could damage a candidate’s reputation or deceive voters.'
That seems to take the concept a stage further, and lying politicians like our beloved Bojo and Gove would need to beware! All countries should do the same.
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