Philosophers tackle deepfakes
- November 9, 2019
- Cailin O'Connor, LPS, Axios, Nov. 9, 2019
Normally, when you receive new information, you decide whether or not to believe it in part based on how much you trust the person telling you. "But there are cases where evidence for something is so strong that it overrides these social effects," says Cailin O'Connor, a philosopher at UC Irvine. For decades, those cases have included video and audio evidence.
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