Tech giants band together against AI ‘deep fake’ election info.

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  • Twenty leading tech companies, including OpenAI, have joined forces to combat AI-generated ‘deep fake’ content during the 2024 election year.
  • The Tech Accord to Combat Deceptive Use of AI in 2024 Elections aims to counteract misleading AI content and protect the democratic process.

A coalition of 20 top technology companies, such as Adobe, Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and more, have come together to address the issue of AI-generated misinformation, known as ‘deep fakes,’ during the upcoming 2024 election year. The Tech Accord to Combat Deceptive Use of AI in 2024 Elections was announced at the Munich Security Conference, where member organizations committed to fighting deceptive AI content designed to mislead voters.

The accord includes eight key commitments, such as implementing technology to reduce deceptive AI content and working to detect and address distributed AI-generated content on their platforms. Transparency with the public regarding handling deceptive AI election content and collaboration with global organizations and academia are also highlighted in the agreement.

With over 4 billion people expected to participate in elections across more than 40 nations in 2024, the potential for AI-generated ‘deep fake’ content to influence election outcomes is a significant concern. Companies like Meta have emphasized the importance of preventing deception through AI-generated content to safeguard the integrity of elections. Reports of a 900% annual increase in AI-generated ‘deep fake’ content further underscore the urgency of combatting these misleading tactics.

As technology continues to evolve, the commitment of these tech giants to combat deceptive AI content in elections showcases a proactive approach to addressing the challenges posed by AI-generated misinformation.

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