From the Washington Post: How to spot manipulated video
The Internet is increasingly populated with false and misleading videos — spread by politicians, advocacy groups and others — viewed by millions. The Fact Checker set out to develop a universal language to label misleading online video and hold creators and sharers of this misinformation accountable.PTS 6 min view WVA
From WhichFaceIsReal: Click on the person who you think is real
The purpose of this site is to educate the public about how difficult it is to tell the difference between real and fake. Test your ability to distinguish AI-generated fake head shots from the genuine article.PTS 6 min read WVA
From ThisPersonDoesNotExist: Creepy and Realistic Randomly Generated Fake Faces
Every time this website is refreshed, the AI’s neural network generates a shockingly realistic but totally fake picture of a person’s face. Do they look real to you? It’s equal parts creepy, fun and amazing.
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From ZDNet: Two out of three consumers don’t realize they’re using AI
A survey found that many respondents did not know that they were already using AI and of the respondents who said they have not used AI, 63 percent were actually using it. They just were not aware that they were.PTS 3 min read WVA
From FOSI: Ethical AI. What does it mean? Why is it important? Why is it so difficult to do?
Young people increasingly live in a world transformed by artificial intelligence and those who understand and leverage it will live richer and more fulfilling lives. This article provides a framework and an interactive experiment for teachers and parents to begin having a conversation about ethical AI. Readers can learn more by clicking on any of the links for additional context and information.PTS 5 min read WVA
Best of TedX: the “danger” of AI is weirder than you think
The “danger” of AI is less killer robots and more likely the everyday kinds of things gone wrong – such as AI-designed ice cream flavors that are Pumpkin Trash Break, Peanut Butter Slime and Strawberry Cream Disease. Ugh. Over 1,300,000 views.PTS 11 min view WVA