Can you believe everything you see and hear? Not necessarily. Deepfake technology lets people make false but persuasive images, videos and voice recordings of others. As law professor Danielle Citron explains, these highly convincing digital counterfeits can erode the truth. And if you can’t trust your own eyes and ears, you may begin to lose faith in governments, institutions and other people.
About the Speaker
Law professor and civil rights advocate Danielle Citron is the author of Hate Crimes in Cyberpace and a vice president of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative.