Originally posted on October 27, 2023 | By: Chase Smith

As the 2024 U.S. presidential election approaches, concerns about the influence of artificial intelligence (AI) and deepfake technology on the electoral process are reaching new heights.

Deepfakes are highly convincing and deceptive digital media—typically videos, audio recordings, or images—increasingly generated using artificial intelligence, and often for misleading or fraudulent purposes.

Experts in the field of AI and deepfake detection provided The Epoch Times with valuable insights into the challenges posed by AI-generated misinformation and disinformation and the steps being taken to combat them.

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AI company Conversica has been operating in the AI space since 2007. CEO Jim Kaskade offered a unique perspective on the role of AI in the 2024 election.

“We are driven by the positive purpose and the do-good aspect of applied AI,” he said.

This commitment suggests that AI technologies, when employed thoughtfully, can contribute to the betterment of the electoral process.

To read the full article on AI and the election click here.