Fake news is bad enough already, but something much nastier is just around the corner: As Evelyn Douek explained, the “next frontier” of fake news will feature machine-learning software that can cheaply produce convincing audio or video of almost anyone saying or doing just about anything.
Jesse Lempel is a student at Harvard Law School and an editor of the Harvard Law Review. His writing has appeared in the Harvard International Law Journal Online, Haaretz, Tablet Magazine, and other publications.
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President Trump has vowed “to keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country.” While new mutations of his travel ban grind slowly through the courts, the president may take solace in one far-reaching exclusionary tool: denying visas and deportation relief based upon membership in an undesignated, or Tier III, “terror