AI-generated robots are suspected to live with humans in the near future, a former White House personnel warns.
AI-generated images, increasingly intelligent chatbots, and sophisticated deepfake movies are already difficult to distinguish from reality.
AI Person Is Difficult To Distinguish From Real One
The technology will continue to grow, with quick advancements already smoothing out the rough spots and refining the programs.
Already, red flags are being raised, since some AI-generated artwork is nearly indistinguishable from the genuine thing, but for a few irregularities.
The images at the top of this page were made using the AI-driven system Generated. Photos to make near-perfect recreations of people’s faces.
These “humans” have never existed; they are only bundles of code with the illusion of individuality, ranging in age, gender, face shape, and ethnicity.
The photographs are already lifelike, complete with the blemishes that lend faces to life, surpassing the realism of computer games such as The Sims.
When you see a face on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you would never consider the possibility that it is “fake.” And perhaps one of them will become your new coworker whose face pops up when they say “hi” on Slack or Discord.
Cybersecurity specialist Theresa Payton, the first woman to hold the position of Chief Information Officer in the White House, foresaw an ominous future development: the emergence of truly artificial intelligence-generated humans.
Payton described how all of these emerging AI qualities would interact with actual data from real individuals to produce “franken-frauds” and “AI humans.”It is the next generation of fake IDs, which are frequently used to steal money from businesses.
Mahindra Group Share AI Robot Video
Anand Mahindra recently posted a video warning about the hazards of AI-generated deep fakes on his social media accounts. The movie depicts a deepfake video of a man discussing the power of artificial intelligence and how it may be used to influence people by morphing into human form.
Anand Mahindra, chairman of the Mahindra Group, is quite active on Twitter and frequently posts his ideas, information, and motivational films on the social media platform. On Saturday, January 21, the business magnate, who has more than 10 million followers, tweeted a brief movie warning people of an Artificial Intelligence-generated (AI) deep fake video.
Intel’s FakeCatcher identifies fake videos with an impressive 96% accuracy rate. Intel’s deepfake detection tool is the first real-time, millisecond-response deepfake detector in the world.