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  • Writer's pictureJim W. Ko

Pornography deepfakes: the triumph of "free speech" over reason


This post discussed leveraging “responsible AI” to negotiate AI contracts regarding liability for deepfake pornography. It presents the current state of legislative efforts on this issue. Then notes that AI business cooperation will be necessary to combat deepfakes. Then assesses how current IP provider’s customer policies address pornography deepfakes. And concludes by providing guidance on…



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