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The celebrities ‘deepfaked’ for US influencer’s adverts


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Piers Morgan, Nigella Lawson and Oprah have criticised the usage of AI deepfake adverts used to advertise a “manifestation” information. Wesley Virgin, the influencer behind the “Genie Script” course, stated the adverts have been “the work of associates”, individuals who can earn cash by serving to him make gross sales, and that he was “within the strategy of banning all of them”.

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