Simulated web sex cam shows videos
Harris, who concocted stories about voter fraud and Hillary Clinton, made as much as
Harris, who concocted stories about voter fraud and Hillary Clinton, made as much as $1,000 an hour while millions of people clicked on his fabricated posts.||
Harris, who concocted stories about voter fraud and Hillary Clinton, made as much as $1,000 an hour while millions of people clicked on his fabricated posts.
“I spent the money on student loans, car payments, and rent,” he bragged to the .
At that point, one suspects, there will not only be thousands of fake-news articles floating around the Internet, but also countless fake videos and fake audio clips, too.
If you combine those technologies with a president who is known to lie about even the most trifling matters, we won’t know what is real and what is fake any longer.
In fact, in this video demonstrating the technology, the researchers show how they did manipulate Putin’s facial expressions and responses, among those of other people, too.
Perhaps the scariest part is that, one day soon, this sort of technology will transcend beyond the academies and institutions to the point where you or I will be able to create fake digital clips as easily as regular people created fake-news stories during this cycle.
For more info on the video chat experiment, including the source code for the demo, head over to the Mozilla Hacks blog.
Less than a month after Donald Trump was improbably elected the 45th president of the United States, a strange story began to make its way across social media.,000 an hour while millions of people clicked on his fabricated posts.
C., that housed young children as sex slaves in a devilish operation masterminded by the recently vanquished Democratic candidate for president, Hillary Clinton.
Select a user from that list and just click the video chat link to start a call.
Currently Mozilla's video chat demo requires an experimental build of Firefox and actually uses "a custom API intended to simulate the get User Media and Peer Connection APIs currently being standardized." In other words, video chat in Firefox is still a long way from replacing Skype, but Mozilla does plan to bring at least preliminary support to Firefox later this year.
Mozilla's demo movie shows two users signed in with Browser ID (recently renamed Persona) start a video chat right in the browser.
The Persona features, combined with the Social API add-on for Firefox, make the demo browser look a bit like Facebook or other social sites with a "buddy list" of currently signed in users available in the sidebar.