Scientists the world over are working on digital tools for exposing fake news. The software is designed to help check the authenticity of texts, images and videos. It’s continuously refined by artificial intelligence.
The face-editing app Zao has gone viral in China and triggered concern across cyberspace. That's proof that, despite their tech enthusiasm, the Chinese want data protection, too, DW’s Frank Sieren writes.
Months after fake "celebrity porn" reared its head online, there's a bad-tech aftertaste. Clearly our sense of truth is morphing, with clever dickies using AI to fool us. So how can we trust AI to tell us what's real?
The brain is the most complex machine. It's misunderstood, does go wrong. Marco Magrini has written a "user's manual."
From radio to the internet, technological innovations have left their mark on democracy. At the Munich Security Conference, politicians and tech leaders warned of the latest threats — and those yet to come.
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