The right decision?
Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring new actions in the fight against "fake news". Therefore, he decided to ban Facebook videos that are "a product of artificial intelligence or machine learning that combine, replace or impose content on a movie." In other words – there is no consent for deepfake.
Why should such materials not be on the platform? Service representatives think that "They can mislead the recipients by saying words that the person in the video didn't really say". Only a dozen or so years ago one could laugh, because like this – "you can see that someone said it". Dear development. Development.
Of course, everything in moderation. The ban will not cover parodies and satires made thanks to the "deepfake" technique. To confirm the possibilities of artificial intelligence, take a look at the last loud material "Home Stallone".
Source: Ars Technica