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Facebook to remove deepfake videos from its platform

Wednesday 8 January 2020 | 11:07 CET | News
Facebook has outlined its strategy to combat deepfake videos and all other types of manipulated media on its platform. The strategy comprises several components, from investigating AI-generated content and deceptive behaviour, to partnering with government, industry and academia to expose the people behind them.

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Companies: Facebook
Countries: World
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