China refrains from using AI to help with the avoidance of fake news

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Chinese authorities published a regulation on Friday by the Cyberspace authority, which states that providers and consumers of online video alerts and audio services are “unpermissible” to make use of new technologies, such as the advancement of deep learning and virtual reality, to prohibit online video and audio service providers from using artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality technologies,
“Fake news,” from a mistake to a spoof or a deliberate misinterpretation, has been interpreted in a general way. From 1 January 2020, the rules are in effect. The China Cyberspace Administration (CAC) said that failure to follow them could be considered a criminal offense, without providing details of penalties.
China’s top parliamentary body stated that it intended to illegalize profound technology earlier this year. The rules require the use of IA or Virtual Reality technologies for clear label warning users to create videos and audio tracks.
In particular, the Regulations underlined the dangers of’ deep fakes,’ or technology that manipulates videos as genuine, but shows events or words never before.
The cyberspace authority cautioned that deep-rooted technology could “disrupt social order and violate the interests of people, creating political risks and negative effects on national security and social stability.”
Concerns about the depths increased since the US campaign in 2016 which, according to US studies, saw widespread use of online disinformation. China’s top legislature said it planned to make deep-seated engineering illegal earlier this year.
An in-depth discussion on the misuse of deep-seated technology was launched in September with a Chinese face wall software Zao that allows users to convincingly transcend their characters in movies or TV screenings.

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