The deepfaked Pentagon fiasco resolved itself in a few hours, but it could have been much worse. Earlier this year, computer scientist Geoffrey Hinton, referred to by some as the “ ,” said he was concerned the increasingly convincing quality of AI generated images could lead the average person to “not be able to know what is true anyone.” Startups and established AI firms alike are racing to develop new AI deepfake detection tools to prevent that reality from happening. Some of these efforts

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