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Deepfake of Elon Musk high on drugs goes viral

By France24
13 January 2023   |   4:24 pm
In this edition of Truth or Fake we investigate a deepfake video where Elon Musk allegedly admits to being high. As concerns over deepfakes have grown over the years, China is the first country to introduce regulations around this AI technology.

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