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With elections looming worldwide, here’s how to identify and investigate AI audio deepfakes
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With elections looming worldwide, here’s how to identify and investigate AI audio deepfakes
“They are easier and cheaper to create than deepfake videos, and there are fewer contextual clues to detect with the naked eye.”
Google tests removing the News tab from search results
The News filter disappearing from Google search results for some users this week won’t help publishers sleep any easier.
Wealthier, urban Americans have access to more local news
But roughly half of U.S. counties have only one news outlet or less.