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Fake news 2.0: personalized, optimized, and even harder to stop

Fake news may have already influenced politics in the US, but it’s going to get a lot worse, warns an AI consultant to the US government.
Sean Gourley, founder and CEO of Primer, a company that uses software to mine data sources and automatically generate reports for US intelligence agencies via In-Q-Tel, the intelligence community’s investment fund, told a conference in San Francisco that the next generation of fake news would be far more sophisticated thanks to AI.