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30 percent Indians survey local circles admit lot of videos they watch find to be fake

30 percent Indians survey local circles admit lot of videos they watch find to be fake
Written by Manoj Kadam
30 percent Indians survey local circles admit lot of videos they watch find to be fake

30 percent Indians survey local circles admit lot of videos they watch find to be fake

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Deepfake Video: Along with fake news on the internet, fake videos have also started becoming a cause of concern. Recently, deep fake videos have become a topic of discussion. A survey has revealed that 30% of the people watching videos on the internet in India say that the videos they watch on social media or other websites later turn out to be fake. 43% of the people surveyed watch 3 or more short videos every day. 30% of these people said that 25% of the videos watched later turn out to be fake.

Regarding deep fake videos, 56% people have said that such videos should be removed from the internet within 24 hours after the complaint is filed. This survey has been conducted by Local Circles. According to the report, in the last few days, short deep fake videos of many Indian actors and actresses have gone viral on the internet. These videos are made using Artificial Intelligence. Due to which it becomes difficult for the viewer to understand whether the video is real or fake. In this regard, this survey has been conducted in which 32 thousand people from 319 districts of India have been included. People say that if their deepfake, or that of any of their family members, is going viral on the internet, then a provision should be made to remove it within 24 hours.

The government has also come into action regarding deepfake videos. The government has declared deepfakes as a new threat to democracy. Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajeev Chandrashekhar said that if citizens are troubled by deepfake videos and lodge FIRs against social media platforms, then the government will also assist these citizens in case of violation of IT rules. He said that the government will soon bring new rules to deal with deepfakes.

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Describing deepfakes as a matter of concern, the government has instructed social media companies to identify deepfake videos spreading misconceptions as soon as possible and take action against them. The Ministry has said that action should be taken in such cases within 36 hours. Deepfake video of actress Rashmika Mandanna went viral recently. After this came the deepfake video of actress Kajol. Recently, deepfake of actress Alia Bhatt has also come to light. All this is being created by misuse of AI. Now not only the general public but also the government is worried about this.

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