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More and more people are using deepfakes to apply for remote tech jobs, FBI says

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

The FBI said on Tuesday that more people were using deepfake videos during job interviews. In this image, a person views a deepfake video on January 25, 2019, manipulated with artificial intelligence to potentially deceive viewers. Alexandra Robinson/AFP via Getty Images
People are using deepfake technology to pose as someone else in job interviews, the FBI said.
They seem to focus on IT roles that would grant them access to sensitive data, the agency said.
Anti-deepfake technologies are still not foolproof, but there are simple ways to detect deepfakes.
More and more people are using...
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