📚Book Review: Deepfakes

The Coming Infoclaypse By Nina Shick

Unfortunately, the subject of this book is not Deepfakes. There are one or two chapters that examine deepfakes, but most of the book is about how disinformation campaigns carried out via social media influenced the 2016 election and is driving Americans (and everyone) to become more tribal. (I think Deekfakes were a trending topic when the book was written…

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