Movie director James Cameron says he hopes critical thinking will help people identify deepfake videos.
So-called deepfakes use machine learning to modify video footage, usually replacing one person’s face with another, with realistic results.
Mr Cameron, whose films often push the boundaries of special effects, spoke to the BBC’s technology programme Click.
See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick
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