Deep fakes and distorted face images are not something new these days. When it comes to celebrities and media personalities it is even more common, as it gets the creator more engagement and audience reach. We have already seen deep fakes of Rashmika Mandanna, Alia Bhatt, Kajol, Katrina Kaif, and more go viral all over the internet.
Priyanka Chopra’s Deep Fake Viral Video
There is now a video of Priyanka Chopra circling the net and getting reshared very frequently. Though the video of her above-mentioned was sexual and very inappropriate to the public eye, Priyanka Chopra’s is very misleading and unethical to even start with.
In the video, Priyanka Chopra is seen promoting a brand, her lines and speech have been distorted and edited very badly. She is promoting the brand, even though it is not her original video, which is misleading to the public eye.
A while back we saw Kajol’s deep fake go viral in the original video she was taking part in the ‘get ready with me challenge’ and the video was fabricated with nude and explicit scenes. Alia Bhatt’s video of being in an uncomfortable position also went viral, where her face was morphed into someone else’s, creating a huge ruckus online.
What is a Deep Fake?
Deep fake is a method of using AI to morph someone else’s face or body features on another video. This is a very bad way to use AI as it hampers the appearance of the personally, digitally, and in-person too.
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AI has made life easier in a lot of ways, but it can also be used to create misleading and inappropriate media coverage of people which is illegal and can lead to a lot of trouble. It is on us to be mindful about posting our data on social media, as it can be breached easily.