‘The researchers conclude that a greater global effort is needed to work on ways of detecting and responding to AI-generated content.’

With $7.80 in computer time and 13 hours of human effort, two UN researchers coaxed an AI system to write a convincing United Nations oratory, reports MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW.

The speeches were fake, proving the point of the research team that synthetic text is getting easier and more convincing.

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You can train an AI to fake UN speeches in just 13 hours
MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW | June 7, 2019 |by Karen Hao

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