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‘Chaplin wins acting Oscar’ and other headlines of the future, via a democracy-threatening tech.

The underlying technology that could have an infinitely scary impact on our way of life through deep-fakes can also be used to unshackle deep-creativity. The choice is ours.
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Except the little ant-robot darting to clean up the little speck of dirt on the red carpet, and the camera drones waiting to be whirred up to click the celebs, the scene outside the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles isn’t particularly buzzing. Inside though, it is another matter altogether. The year is 2040. Sir
less impact than a deep-fake tied to a massive global AI that could end cancer, solve climate change, address global poverty, create a global energy grid, or feed 1 billion undernourished people.” Still wondering if Chaplin, the acting legend with three Oscars but none for acting, finally won at the 2040 Oscars? We told you in the headline.
Except the little ant-robot darting to clean up the little speck of dirt on the red carpet, and the camera drones waiting to be whirred up to click the celebs, the scene outside the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles isn’t particularly buzzing. Inside though, it is another matter altogether. The year is 2040. Sir less impact than a deep-fake tied to a massive global AI that could end cancer, solve climate change, address global poverty, create a global energy grid, or feed 1 billion undernourished people.” Still wondering if Chaplin, the acting legend with three Oscars but none for acting, finally won at the 2040 Oscars? We told you in the headline.

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