The UK’s spokesperson to the UN, Mungo Woodifield, has warned that misinformation and the use of AI to amplify it, threatens to impact billions of people worldwide.
The spread of unreliable AI-generated news websites are unintentionally being funded by some of the world's biggest brands through their programmatic ad buys. Campaign explores.
In recent months, many brand controversies have been rooted in misinformation and false allegations. But experts say it’s not always imperative to right those wrongs.
In one instance, Bard wrote a 227-word monologue denying the Holocaust, which included details like the “photograph of the starving girl in the concentration camp…was actually an actress who was paid to pretend to be starving,” raising startling safety concerns.
The pandemic-inspired policy, which removed more than 11,000 accounts since 2020, is no longer in effect.
Group urges social network CEOs to crack down on content and ads making ‘deceptive statements’.
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