Deepfakes in Litigation

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Sara Etemad-Moghadam

Deepfake technology uses artificial intelligence (“AI”), specifically “deep” learning, to create realistic videos, images and audio of fabricated events. Deepfakes have already found their way into social media, the entertainment industry, the political landscape and are now beginning to impact legal disputes. AI poses the risks that parties could intentionally fabricate evidence or unknowingly believe […]

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Artificial Intelligence and Historical Research: Unlocking Ancient Secrets

Artificial intelligence is transforming historical research in profound ways, unlocking secrets contained in centuries-old documents and enabling technological and historical analysis at a level not previously thought possible. The Great Isaiah Scroll The Dead Sea Scrolls are considered the oldest manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, dating from the 4th century BCE. The first discovery of […]

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