Deepfakes are hyper-realistic video, audio, or images of someone appearing to do and say things they didn’t do or say. They can be difficult to detect. Because deepfakes are used in different contexts and for different purposes—good and bad—it’s critical for society to decide which uses are acceptable and which are not.

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