AI-Generated Ad Goes Viral, Raises Alarm about Technology

A new ad has been going viral on social media that has raised major concerns about how rapidly artificial intelligence (AI) technology is advancing.

The video features a woman advertising body wipes for men.

However, everything about the woman, including her voice and everything she is saying, is completely AI-generated.

The video is a mind-boggling example of a new AI advertising platform known as Arcads.

Arcads says it creates ads using “AI actors.”

In the ad, a woman appears as though she’s filming herself from her car while delivering a social media lecture on male hygiene.

However, it soon becomes clear she’s reading a pre-written script pushing a product.

As she intensely stares into the camera, her eyes don’t exactly match up with the cadence of the words she’s saying.

While it may be possible to tell that the video isn’t real after it’s been pointed out that it’s AI-generated, it is easy to see how unsuspected people could be fooled.

“You’re not gonna believe this,” wrote one X user.

“It’s all AI. And you can leverage this in your marketing too.

“Imagine what we will be able to do 1 year from now.”

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Other X users also took notice of the technological advancement as the video quickly spread on social media.

Another wrote: “This is AI. It’s actually so over.”

“It’s terrible but I still think it’s wild that this can all be done with AI,” wrote another X user.

“Imagine in 6 months.”

The video is an example of the Arcads platform at work.

The company explains how the video is easily created in the video below.

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The video has been raising concerns among those who fear that the technology can now be easily manipulated with very little technological skills.

When AI-generated videos first started to emerge a year or two ago, they were easy to spot and quite entertaining.

Gone are the days of badly generated AI videos of Will Smith eating spaghetti and fake pizza restaurant commercials.

This comes after Slay News recently reported on AI-generated images being pushed by the corporate media.

The UK’s establishment media was caught publishing fake images of Prince William.

The images emerged amid mounting speculation regarding William’s wife Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales.

Eagle-eyed social media users noticed that one of the images of the future king, supposedly taken during a public appearance, had a defect that suggested it had been AI-generated.

Shortly afterward, speculation about Kate’s well-being was put to rest when the Royal Family released a video of the princess revealing she had been diagnosed with cancer.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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