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7 November 2023

November 7, 2023

Recent media has been particularly focused on AI following a high-profile case in the US:

  1. More than 143,000 [faked] videos had been added in 2023 – a figure that surpasses all new videos from 2016 to 2022. The fake videos have received more than 4.2 billion views” – this article is a deep dive by The Washington Post into the issue of deepfake AI content and its impact on women and girls – https://news.yahoo.com/ai-fake-nudes-booming-ruining-170301369.html
  2. Several girls in a US high school had deepfake CSAM created of them by fellow students – the images were distributed among students as well – https://www.axios.com/2023/11/03/ai-deepfake-nude-images-new-jersey-high-school

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