Simon V.Z. Wood: “Searching for evidence that bad actors were weaponizing artificial intelligence for political gain, what I found instead was an emerging field of detection firms, government grantees, startups, academics, artists, and nonprofits that seemed to depend on one another to sustain interest in deepfakes. Call it the deepfake-industrial complex — or, perhaps, a solution in search of a problem. … The winners in this ecosystem of constant possible delusion are the people who exploit fears of deepfakes to create plausible deniability about real-life events.” – Columbia Journalism Review

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