Haven’t you listened about a DeepFake Chinese app Called Zao? If not, let me tell you.
while Ago, a face swap Application Was, Became Too Popular Names as “face App”, the App Was Became Trending as This Level that All the Bollywood, Hollywood Stars & Even Our Indian Cricket Players Were Also Trying This, the Whole Social Media Was Covered with The Pictures by Face Swap App, This was became as a Social Media Sensation and People were using that application fluently without Any Concern, but The Fact Became Uncovered and The Truth Was that The App Was Playing with People Privacy and Was Leaking There Information and their Private Information.
Well, After Face App, A New Chinese App Is Going Viral Among Users, Named ‘Zao’, the App Contains a Deepfake Technology Offering Face Swapping. While Using the App Is Fun, but It Also Raises Serious Security Concerns with people’s privacy.
Zao App – Another Deepfake App Reportedly,
This Chinese Zao app Has Become Popular Among the Users. Holding the Deep Fake Ai, Zao Allows the Users to Swap Their Faces in Any Video or Image and The Trend. Zao Primarily Works Over Users’ Selfies. Even It’s Just Not Swapping Your Face but Also Copies the Face Expression Such Smile, Eye Blinking and Everything as Same as The Expression of The Real Person in The Video, a User Has Tested This Application on The Video of Leonardo Dicaprio
Zao’s Original User Agreement Said that People Who Used & Upload Their Images Had Agreed to There Terms and Condition that Zao Can Be Used There Faces and Application for Their Marketing Purpose, Reuters Reported.
But Now After All of This Criticism, Zao Has Revised & Have Changed Their Agreement to That They’ll Not Use Any Image as There Property for Marketing Purpose
Baptiste Robert, a French Security Researcher, Said Zao Is Still Retaining Information About Its Users. He Said He Had Made a Video by Zao and After that Deleted but Then Saw the Company Still Have Stored a Copy of It.
He Said “if You Care About Your Privacy, You Shouldn’t Use,” He Also Said in An Email “you Give a Part of Privacy Against Something Cool. Once the Cool Effect Is Done, Your Privacy Is Gone Forever.”
Jack Clark,(the Policy Director for Open Ai) Said in An Email. “technology Developers Should Be Trying to Anticipate the Positive and Negative Uses of Their Technology and Should Be Trying to Communicate Explicitly About Them and What Those Are to More People, It’s Insufficient if This Is Just Tech Companies — It Requires Work from Individual Developers, to Academia, to Companies,” Clark Said
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