Facebook Will not delete Mark Zuckerbergs DeepFake Video ~ Ofuran

Facebook Will not delete Mark Zuckerbergs DeepFake Video

Facebook Will not delete Mark Zuckerbergs DeepFake Video

In the Instagram, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg is spreading a fake video of praise for a secret organization for his success. Facebook authorities have said that they will not remove fake or fake videos about Zuckerberg. In a report, BBC Bangla says, the video clip is a 'dipfuck', which is made with AI software. Using a photo of any person, the video is made. 

AI software is a kind of artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence technology that allows anyone to create fake videos and leave them online. The video shows someone to do or say things that he probably did not or did not say. The video has a picture of Zuckerberg talking or head drops. It is claimed that behind the success of Zuckerberg, an intelligence agency has a hand in it. The video was posted again in the Facebook-owned Instagram. Earlier, there was a storm of criticism for not destroying a false video made by US Representative Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

With the decision to provide 500 new jobs in London, this decision was added to Facebook. Social media is saying that those jobs include working machine-learning-based software. It will automatically detect bad stuff and delete it. Create editorial tools for employees to review harmful content. By the end of this year they will create more than 3,000 new jobs.

The 16-second video clip was uploaded to Instagram on Saturday by looping. It came after the discussion on Tuesday after the video was released. The video is labeled with the DPF hashtag. The post of Instagram was seen more than 25 thousand. It has been shared through Facebook several times. A spokeswoman for Instagram App's parent company Facebook said, "We will use this content in the same way as other wrong information in Instagram." He said, "If the third party's fact check marks this as false, we'll filter it." Welcoming this initiative, the company has questioned the policies of the companies involved in this work. They told the BBC, "There is a danger of using this kind of technology as a new level of propaganda. As a result, nobody would want to see our art censored by Facebook. " But they welcomed the meaningful control of the digital affected industry.