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Think You Can Tell Real From Fake? Maybe Not

In the past few years, many of us have lost any trust we might have had in the media, preferring to rely on our own eyes and ears to decide what to believe and what’s “fake news.” But ‘seeing is believing’ isn’t necessarily true when today’s technology makes altering a photo or video as easy as downloading the latest app.

“We’re coming to a place now where everything is going to be indecipherable. Rumors, accusations are going to be backed up and constructed in ways where you will not be able to tell the difference. Your eyes and your ears are no longer going to help you,” said Glenn on today’s show. He backed up his theory by introducing a few of the modern technological wonders that are making it possible to recreate audio and video “reality.”

Watch the clip above to learn more, or check out Glenn’s explainer here.

UPDATE: Apparently the snowy one was the original and the summery version was actually fake --- Glenn mistakenly had those switched in the clip above.

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.
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The Singularity? Elon Musk unveils plans to merge human brains with AI

Yesterday, while the rest of America obsessed over President Trump's tweets, Elon Musk announced plans to merge humans with computers using thread-like polymer electrodes implanted directly into the human brain. Musk said that Neuralink, his brain-AI interface startup, will allow humans to "achieve a symbiosis with artificial intelligence" as early as next year. Watch this clip to get more details.