Defending Informational Sovereignty by Detecting Deepfakes: Risks and Opportunities of an AI-Based Detector for Deepfake-Based Disinformation and Illegal Activities

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2023
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Tahraoui, Milan
Kraetzer, Christian
Dittmann, Jana
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Weizenbaum Institute
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This paper will first investigate possible contributions that an AI-based detector for deepfakes could make to the challenge of responding to disinformation as a threat to democracy. Second, this paper will also investigate the implications of such a tool - which was developed, among other reasons, for security purposes - for the emerging European discourse on digital sovereignty in a global environment. While disinformation is surely not a new topic, recent technological developments relating to AI-generated deepfakes have increased the manipulative potential of video and audio-based contents spread online, making it a specific but important current challenge in the global and interconnected information context.

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Technology (Applied sciences) \ Technology Assessment \ artificial intelligence \ digitalization \ disinformation \ false report \ Technik, Technologie \ deepfake detection \ digital sovereignty \ remote ID proofing \ Technikfolgenabschätzung \ künstliche Intelligenz \ Digitalisierung \ Desinformation \ Falschmeldung
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Tahraoui, M., Kraetzer, C., & Dittmann, J. (2023). Defending Informational Sovereignty by Detecting Deepfakes: Risks and Opportunities of an AI-Based Detector for Deepfake-Based Disinformation and Illegal Activities. Proceedings of the Weizenbaum Conference 2022: Practicing Sovereignty, 142–161. https://doi.org/10.34669/WI.CP/4.14