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TikTok Makes It Easier to Spot Fake AI Content

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TikTok is now making it easier for users to know if a video or image is made by AI from other places. This move is to stop false information from spreading.

They are using a special technology called Content Credentials to mark AI-made content. Soon, they will also mark audio-only stuff.

TikTok will also use this technology for its own AI effects. This way, it’s harder to share fake stuff. They’ve been marking their effects for a year.

It might take some time before all AI content gets marked. TikTok is the first to do this for videos. But it should become normal as other apps start doing it too.

TikTok is also planning to teach people how to spot AI and fake news. They will make videos to help people understand better. This is important because some worry that AI could be used to change how people vote.

This comes at a time when there are worries about countries like China and Russia using AI for bad reasons. Some companies are even stopping people from making fake pictures of politicians.

Also, the U.S. government wants TikTok’s owner to sell the app. They worry it might be influenced by China. TikTok says this goes against free speech.

Source: Techopedia