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Deepfake AI pornography is becoming more common – what can parents and schools do to prevent it?

By Gabrielle Hunt, PhD Candidate, Australian Catholic University
Daryl Higgins, Professor & Director, Institute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University
A Victorian school community is reeling after fake, sexually explicit images of female students were generated using artificial intelligence and then shared on social media.

About 50 high school students at Bacchus Marsh Grammar had their images altered. A teenage boy has been arrested and released pending further inquiries. Parents have describedThe Conversation

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