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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts
AI generated characters, i.e., realistic renderings of human faces, voices, and mannerisms that appear authentic to a human being  are made possible through advancements in generative machine learning. In addition to character creation, neural networks have recently also been used for the hyper-realistic synthesis and modifcation of prose, images, audio, and video data. While this technology has been most widely associated with media manipulation and the spread of misinformation, oftendoi:10.1145/3491101.3503736 fatcat:bz42of3wpbdv7p3x2jjpf4ki6i