Computer hobbyists use AI to create deepfakes
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By day, Paul Shales is a computer programmer who works in advertising operations for a bank. By night, he's creating videos that show Elon Musk as a creepy looking, giggly baby; President Donald Trump as a temperamental pageant contestant on "Toddlers & Tiaras;" and Kim Kardashian freestyle rapping.

His videos are all fakes — deepfakes, actually, which use artificial-intelligence to realistically show people doing things they didn't actually do. Shales' creations aren't meant to fool or...

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