CNN Business: These ‘news anchors’ are created by AI to spread disinformation in Venezuela

CNN Business: These ‘news anchors’ are created by AI to spread disinformation in Venezuela

Published on 02 May 2023

Artificial intelligence as a disinformation tool in Venezuela

Published by CNN Business

Venezuelan social media has seen a surge in AI generated “people” spreading misinformation about the country’s economy. Even the country’s president has shared them online. Here’s how to spot them and why they are so dangerous.

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