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So, you’ve been scammed by a deepfake. What can you do?

By Jeannie Marie Paterson, Professor of Law, The University of Melbourne
Earlier this month, a Hong Kong company lost HK$200 million (A$40 million) in a deepfake scam. An employee transferred funds following a video conference call with scammers who looked and sounded like senior company officials.

Generative AI tools can create image, video and voice replicas of real people saying and doing things they never would have done.…The Conversation

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