PM expresses concern on ‘deepfake’ issue

PM Modi expresses concern on ‘deepfake’ issue at BJP’s Diwali Milan

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed concerns about the problematic use of artificial intelligence for creating ‘deep fake’ content and urged the media to educate the public on this issue. He highlighted the dangers of deepfake technology, mentioning a video where he was falsely depicted playing garba, an activity he hasn’t engaged in since school.

PM Narendra Modi expresses concern over ‘deep fake’ videos after ‘garba performance’ goes viral

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said use of artificial intelligence for creating ‘deep fake’ is problematic and he urged media to educate people.

The Prime Minister spoke on the dangers of deepfake and said he saw a video where he is shown playing garba but “haven’t played the garba since school,” he said.

PM also spoke on ‘vocal for local’. “Talk of developed India not mere words but ground reality,’Vocal for local’ has found people’s support.”

Modi further said that India’s achievements during the COVID-19 pandemic created confidence among the people that the country is not going to stop now.

He also said that Chhath Puja has become a ‘rashtriya parva’ (national festival) and it is a matter of great happiness.

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