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[-] sabreW4K3@lazysoci.al 7 points 2 weeks ago
[-] wahming@monyet.cc 7 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

Depending on how it's implemented, it might very well be one of the non-creepy uses. As long as it isn't taken to extremes, being able to have a chance to say goodbye to your loved one could be therapeutic. Or to see them once a year during the Ghost Festival to help keep their memory alive.

[-] electric_nan@lemmy.ml 3 points 1 week ago

It does have high creepy potential (all deepfakes do), but I can understand the appeal. Make sure you take some nice videos of the people you love, and let them take some of you. Death doesn't always come with a warning, and you don't want to be wishing you had some recordings.

[-] Lugh 6 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

I wonder how long it will be before we see people purposely create these so they can influence their descendants. There might be a future where people have "relationships" with a collection of long dead people.

[-] wahming@monyet.cc 5 points 2 weeks ago

It'll be fun seeing LLMs have control over whether or not descendants get access to the family trust fund...

[-] CanadaPlus@lemmy.sdf.org 1 points 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago)

AIs controlling money is the application that scares me the most, honestly, not weapons. It's flexible and attached to every section of life by design; there is no such thing as sandboxing.

[-] possiblylinux127@lemmy.zip -1 points 1 week ago

If there is one thing the Chinese government does well it is law enforcement. If you make a deep fake that isn't in line with the public narrative you disappear.

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