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Six SNS and AI big techs prepare joint response plan for ‘deepfake’ election

Six SNS and AI big techs prepare joint response plan for ‘deepfake’ election

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Six artificial intelligence (AI) and social platform big tech firms, that are struggling to provide you with measures ahead of a serious election, have joined hands. The intention is to jointly prepare our own preparedness plan and effectively prepare for deepfakes and pretend news.

The Associated Press reported on the 14th that a minimum of six major big tech firms plan to sign a partnership this week to draft laws to stop using AI tools to interfere with elections.

This includes social platform firms comparable to Google and TikTok, which owns the world's largest SNS platform Meta and YouTube, in addition to firms specializing in generative AI services comparable to Microsoft (MS), OpenAI, and Adobe. Nevertheless, X (Twitter) didn’t post its name this time and refused to make an official comment.

They plan to disclose the detailed plan at a security conference held in Munich, Germany on the sixteenth. “In a critical 12 months for global elections, technology firms have signed an agreement to combat the deceptive use of AI to focus on voters,” they said in a joint statement. “We’re collaborating with these six firms and others.”

These big tech firms have already individually introduced various policies in preparation for the election for the reason that end of last 12 months. Particularly, Meta banned using its image-generating AI tool in political promoting and declared that it could label generated AI images posted on all platforms, including Facebook and Instagram.

Open AI has completely banned any political use of ChatGPT and has also blocked Rep. Ma Guk's try to create a persona chatbot.

Nevertheless, for SNS firms, elections are a chance to extend the variety of users, so it appears that evidently a consensus has been formed that related firms should adopt the identical standards without being attentive to one another.

Particularly, ahead of this election, the EU is moving to punish platform firms when illegal information is posted on social media through the Digital Services Act (DSA). Even through the Israel-Hamas incident at the top of last 12 months, the EU issued a robust warning to Meta, Google, X, and TikTok to remove illegal posts.

Reporter Lim Da-jun ydj@aitimes.com



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