Fake video of Mark Zuckerberg on Instagram received 48,000 views

Fake video of Mark Zuckerberg on Instagram received 48,000 views

A fake video of Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook on Instagram, another example of how AI can be used to create fake content that can easily be shared via social media.

The video, which was first monitored by the site, was posted by an account Instagrambill_posters_uk. It was created by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe, Together with the advertising company Canny, it was created as part of an exhibition called “Specter” for the Sheffield Doc Festival, a documentary festival in the UK.

The video was published four days ago and has received some 48,000 views. While the video certainly contains some hints that it is fake – like the voice of Zuckerberg and the way his mouth moves – it highlights the growing concern about Deep Vick, on artificial intelligence.

Presented a spokesman Instagram Next comment when contacted before Business Insider “We will deal with this information in the same way that we deal with all counterfeit information on Instagram, if the fact-checkers are a liar, we will delete it from various Instagram recommendations, explore and Hashtag pages.

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