AI Could Help Identify Swing Voters, but Ups Potential for Election Fraud: Hans von Spakovsky

The presidential election is picking up steam, and some are concerned about how technology will impact voters. The advent of artificial intelligence is paving the way for new possibilities such as false video disinformation, swaying the electorate through data analysis, and ethical uses that can give candidates an edge over their opponents.

NTD spoke to Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, who believes hoaxes are going to become more sophisticated, and that the solution to tech posing problems is more tech as a remedy. He called on the U.S. intelligence community to develop tools to prevent these election hazards from making an impact, whether they emerge from within the U.S. or are generated by foreign adversaries.

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