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Deep-fake videos are now popping up on the internet, and this will ultimately lead to mandated biometric digital ID for all internet users

March 28, 2024

Advances in artificial intelligence have opened Pandora’s Box for all manner of abuses…Take the challenge and see if you are able to discern the real people from the fake ones.

A new AI-generated algorithm is causing quite a stir on social media after a fake ad was posted featuring a hyper-realistic young woman sitting in a car ranting about men’s hygiene.

According to, there are already 15 apps and websites available to the public that are capable of generating deep-fake videos. We’re talking about lifelike characters who appear human in all aspects of their delivery, but are actually AI-generated.

One of them is Arcads. Its website states, “Arcads is an AI-powered tool that transforms text into high-quality, emotionally resonant video ads. It uses advanced AI algorithms to generate authentic, realistic videos, all from the input text you provide.”

The company says, “The AI presenters in the videos are designed to appear realistic and engaging.”

As noted by some users on X, the videos rely on real people. For example, as seen with the woman in the video below, she is real and her name is Ariel, and she can be contracted for hire on Fiverr. But her interaction with viewers in the video is totally fake…

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