Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The times are evolving alongside technology where people utilise tools for both positive and negative purposes. While some harness these tools to create harmful content, others employ them for constructive endeavors.

For instance, a recent video gained traction on social media, showcasing a deep fake conversation between the current President of the United States, Joe Biden, and the 45th U.S. President, Donald Trump.

They engaged in a discussion about basic math concepts, such as the relationship and functions in a +2 math chapter, specifically addressing the question f(x) = 1/x.

Donald provided a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to Joe Biden, making the complex topic easy to grasp.

This video was shared on a platform by a user who questioned if math should be taught in such an engaging manner.

It quickly went viral, eliciting various reactions from viewers.

One user expressed interest in SQL lessons featuring Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, while another commented a future where celebrities replace traditional teachers in education.

Some found the video amusing, while others regretted not discovering such a helpful tool before their exams, believing math would have been more enjoyable.

Meanwhile, the 2024 general election has commenced in India. There are also reports of misuse of AI tools to morph faces and fake campaign content creation.

In January 2024, several Bollywood actresses became the subjects of deep fake videos circulating on social media.

Experts in the tech industry emphasise that while these tools can be beneficial when used appropriately, their misuse could lead to dire consequences in the future.

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