Putin was shown a Scholz deepfake displaying projects in the field of artificial intelligence
MOSCOW, November 24 – RIA Novosti. A deepfake of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was shown to Russian President Vladimir Putin at an exhibition displaying projects in the field of artificial intelligence.
According to the developers, the losses of the world economy from such technologies amounted to 400 billion rubles. In particular, they said that the image of Elon Musk was used to advertise a financial pyramid and that a state bank in China was robbed with the help of a deepfake.
After listening to “Scholz”, Putin noted that he said “the right things, although fake – meaningful and profound.”
The President was also told about a system that allows you to recognize erroneous publications and deep fraudulent use. Considering the possible losses to the world economy due to these technologies, Putin offered to share these developments not only within the country but also abroad.
The head of state was also introduced to projects in the field of artificial intelligence that influenced work in agriculture, medicine, engineering, history and the arts.
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