Deepfakes And Disinformation: The World Of Manipulated Media (Podcast)
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In This Episode
WilmerHale podcast co-host and Partner John Walsh welcomes Partner Jason Chipman, who moderates a discussion
between fellow WilmerHale lawyer Matthew Ferraro and special guest Nina
Schick on “deepfakes”-using synthetic media to
spread misinformation or disinformation.
Schick is an author, advisor and speaker who has become an
expert on how technology and artificial intelligence are reshaping
our society. She is the author of the 2020 book Deepfakes:
The Coming Infocalypse. Ferraro, a counsel at WilmerHale, is a
prolific writer on deepfakes and disinformation. Before joining
WilmerHale, he worked as an intelligence officer with the US
government and brings to his practice his experience in
intelligence issues and national security. Chipman’s practice
focuses on how the rapidly evolving world of technology interacts
with the law-and the opportunities and challenges that interaction
Ferraro and Schick talk with Chipman about the definition and
examples of deepfakes, the fast-developing technology used to
create and detect deepfakes, the potential for AI technology to be
used for good, and the implications of deepfakes on government,
business and society as a whole.
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