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Generative AI model shows fake news has a greater influence on elections when released at a steady pace without interruption

By Dorje C. Brody, Professor of Mathematics, University of Surrey
It’s not at all clear that disinformation has, to date, swung an election that would otherwise have gone another way. But there is a strong sense that it has had a significant impact, nonetheless.

With AI now being used to create highly believable fake videos and to spread disinformation more efficiently, we are right to be concerned that fake news could change the course of an election in the not-too-distant future.

To assess the threat, and to respond appropriately, we need a better sense of how damaging the problem could be. In physical or biological sciences, we would…The Conversation

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