AI Briefing: Hillary Clinton and Google’s Eric Schmidt both suggest Section 230 reform

With the 2024 U.S. election just seven months away, U.S. officials warn the AI era poses a far bigger threat than the past two decades of social media. However, few have a more personal connection to the topic than Hillary Clinton. 

At an event hosted by the Aspen Institute and Columbia University last week about AI and global elections, the former secretary of state and presidential candidate said AI poses a “totally different level of threat” and makes foreign actors’ past efforts on Facebook and Twitter look “primitive” compared to AI-generated deep fakes and other AI-generated content. 

“They had all kinds of videos of people looking like me, but weren’t me,” Clinton told the audience. “So I am worried because having defamatory videos about you is no fun, I can tell you that. But having them in a way that you really can’t make the distinction…You have no idea whether it’s true or not.”

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