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Scammers Go Phishing With Deepfakes

Deepfakes, or doctored videos, have mostly been used to harm the reputations of celebrities and politicians. Now the AI-assisted technology is being used to trick companies out of big money.

By Max Eddy

I don’t get a lot of questions about my job from my family. They are, understandably, far more interested in the hijinks of my rats and my dog. But when I do get asked about…

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