Despite the danger of fake content, combating it is still low on executive agendas. Rapid advances in technology are lulling many into believing that artificial intelligence (AI) and other software will be able to rid the world of fake and offensive content before it spreads. However, putting all the eggs in the technology basket can put organizations in harm’s way.
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