00:08 — This episode is brought to you by the Cloud Wars Expo. This in-person event will be held June 28th to 30th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
00:30 — There’s a variety of ways that deep fakes can be used—from funny social media videos to creating false narratives from global leaders in the media.
00:57 — When watching foreign films, some viewers struggle to watch when the audio doesn’t sync with the mouth or actions of the actor. In transforming this experience, platforms are using generative AI and combining it with the concept of deep fakes in a positive way.
02:03 — Generative AI involves programs that make it possible for machines to use elements, such as text, audio files, or images, to create content. Applying generative AI to machine learning models creates realistic experiences for movie fans.
02:27 — Old films that may have poor video or audio quality can be improved with generative AI.
2:45 — These positive uses of generative AI and deep fakes advance the creative experience for movies worldwide. It opens opportunities for people around the world to experience entertainment in their native language and be further immersed in films.
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