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The line separating reality from artificiality is more blurred than ever. The development of machine learning and artificial intelligence has produced several exciting but troubling phenomena. Specifically, that machines are currently producing completely new forms of content and data that may be leveraged to produce sophisticated deepfakes that strikingly resemble actual people.