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Hackers or The Pirates, Was able to put a video on the website of the Ukrainian news channel in which he announced the surrender of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Jelensky – and the footage was broadcast live on this TV channel. The video went viral on social media.False deep», Video manipulated using artificial intelligence techniques.
The origin of the minute-long video – unknown – is that Zhelensky told the soldiers and everyone else to lay down their arms and surrender. At first glance, the video may seem real, but the pronunciation does not match Gelensky’s accent and shows minor flaws in head and mouth movements.
A deepfake, like that of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Jelensky calling on his troops to lay down their arms, was uploaded today on the hacked Ukrainian news site. @Shayan86 pic.twitter.com/tXLrYECGY4
– Michael Thalan (Mikael Thalen) March 16, 2022
The Ukrainian authorities were already expecting such a video to be released, and they recently released a message Deep fakes And how manipulated videos (including Russian sponsorship) can attempt to sow panic and confusion among citizens.
Images have been published by The PiratesOn the Ukrainian site 24 TV – and, as the TV channel recognizes, for a while even broadcast live.
#Ukraine Hackers released a deep fake EZelenskyyUa Urges citizens to lay down their arms. He immediately replied:
“If I tell someone to lay down their arms, it’s the Russian army. Go home. Because we are at home. We protect our land, our children and our families. pic.twitter.com/TiICf3Z5Te
– Hannah Liubakova (annaHannaLiubakova) March 16, 2022
After proprietary social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube took down the video, Zhelensky posted a message in Telegram: “We are protecting our land, our children and our families. We therefore have no intention of laying down our arms. Success!”
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