TechTarget: Despite Risks, Deepfake AI Technology Has Enterprise Potential

Access Partnership's Head of Data and Trust, Michael Clauser, discusses with TechTarget about how Deepfake technology was not created to be inherently malicious or misleading. Read the whole article here.

Speaking to TechTarget, Access Partnership’s Head of Data and Trust, Michael Clauser, discusses how Deepfake technology was not created to be inherently malicious or misleading:

“The purpose behind inventing [generative adversarial networks] was to create the ability to augment data sets if you didn’t have enough data, or if you have incomplete data. This is a really powerful artificial intelligence that can create near data and similar data.”

Read the whole article here.

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