It Takes a Few Dollars and 8 Minutes To Create a Deepfake
And that's only the start
At first glance, the video Ethan Mollick posted on LinkedIn last month looks and sounds like what you'd expect from a business professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Wearing a checked shirt, he's giving a talk about a topic he's deeply familiar with: entrepreneurship.
Sure, his delivery is stiff and his mouth moves a bit strangely. But if you didn't know him well, you probably wouldn't think twice.
But the video is not Ethan Mollick. It's a deepfake Mollick himself created, using artificial intelligence to generate his words, his voice and his moving image.
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