SCARS™ Commentary: DeepFakes & The Future Of Scamming [Video]

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SCARS™ Commentary: DeepFakes & The Future Of Scamming [Video]

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SCARS™ Commentary: DeepFakes & The Future Of Scamming [Video]

Make No Mistake That DeepFake Is Coming To Scamming!

It may only be a year or two and then we will have no way to tell real from fake.

It is already possible to simulate chats almost perfectly. Soon you will get a message from one of your own friends or family and not be able to tell the difference.

The only way to protect yourself is through “old school” methods, such as safe-words or calling back to confirm. But in cases where it is some form of an emergency scam, you will not be thinking about checking and verifying. Now that the Genie is out of the lamp we will need to develop new technology to protect us from the technology that just came out. In other words, this never ends!

Here Is An Example And Also How This Process Works:


View Here: «https://youtu.be/3mNf1euL3vI»

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