July 5, 2022

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Queen’s ‘Deep Fake’ has caused a stir in the UK

Queen's 'Deep Fake' has caused a stir in the UK

Queen Elizabeth II danced at a table and publicly addressed the British monarchy in her Christmas speech last year. Does all this feel wrong? Casual, because this video, created entirely on a computer, is very realistic, giving goosebumps.

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This fake Christmas address was created using controversial “deepfake” technology, which allows people to say anything without suspecting that it is a personality montage, which seems to be true.

In 2018, former US President Barack Obama will also be the subject of a real “deep fake”.

At the time, designers wanted to warn the general public about the dangers of this fraudulent technology, in the age of fake news on social networks.

It was in this spirit that the authorities of the British Channel 4 decided to broadcast the Queen false Christmas address.

The message was broadcast at 3:25 pm (10:25 am Quebec time), following the Sovereign’s real Christmas speech on the BBC.

In “Deep Fake”, he mentions the departure of the false British Emperor Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. The sulfurous billionaire, who transported underage sex on his private island, is also about a sex scandal that has embarrassed her son Prince Andrew, a former close associate of Jeffrey Epstein.

Obviously, in a real Christmas speech to the BBC, the 94-year-old head of state did not mention these controversies, proving that we can really say anything “deep fake”.

The traditional message of December 25 from Elizabeth II is very unanimous, evidence of this year’s message, about hope in these difficult times.

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