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AI in the Election Cycle

Feb 27, 2024 9:04:10 AM

GroupSense's own Taylor Banks was featured in SC Magazine recently speaking on how AI will be used in the upcoming election cycle. Throughout the byline, Taylor discusses how threat actors will use AI to spread mis- and disinformation as well as how people are still key to detecting AI. Check out the excerpt below, and read the full article here.

Artificial intelligence (AI) will play multiple roles in this election cycle, and it’s critical to understand how those roles could affect the democratic process. AI offers tools to enhance and offer understanding to all involved in elections. However, bad actors can use AI tools to spread false narratives, affect public opinion, and influence the outcome of an election.

Tools that use large language models (LLMs) and deepfakes have changed and enhanced the way we can create and disseminate information. These tools have also allowed for the rapid creation of text, realistic images, and videos that look like authentic content, but are deceiving, misleading or inaccurate, making it difficult for individuals to decipher what’s true and what isn’t.

Bad actors can use these types of AI capabilities for misinformation (the spread of false or inaccurate information) and disinformation (the spread of false or inaccurate information with the intent to mislead), presenting a major challenge to ensure that elections maintain their integrity. And, this problem extends beyond just elections to many other aspects of society, as evidenced by recent events in which AI did deepfakes on identity verification systems.


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Written by Editorial Team