Deepfake Videos Are Getting Real and That’s a Problem | Moving Upstream
Wall Street Journal
Published on Oct 15, 2018
Computer-generated videos are getting more realistic and even harder to detect thanks to deep learning and artificial intelligence. As WSJ’s Jason Bellini finds in this episode of Moving Upstream, these so-called deepfakes can be playful, but can also have real, damaging consequences for people’s lives.
06:58 – 07:33 mins: pay close attention because globalists tend to tell man their plans in advance, and it’s up to man to discern what is fact [pure light], and what is fake [false light], and unite around solutions.
Technology precludes a level playing field
Researchers, and publishers of facts i.e. Blogs, videos, social media, etc. need to turn up the dial on discernment. One way to do that is to share this video with them, and a lawful process to start leveling the playing field. https://ourgreaterdestiny.wordpress.com/2018/12/07/remedy-to-global-challenges-template-action-plan-and-updates/
The video is a gentle entry point to also share with unaware people, family, friends, the public, and voters.
Doreen Ann Agostino [c]
Without Prejudice and Without Recourse