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Apr 27 2024

AI Deep Fake Hate Hoax in Baltimore

The scariest thing about AI is that it is a product of Big Tech, which like the news media is one of the most militantly woke sectors of society. Like Google’s erasure of Caucasians, a hate hoax in Baltimore offers a preview of how it will be used.

When audio circulated on social media supposedly of Pikesville High School Principal Eric Eiswert saying unflattering things about blacks, local media worked the public into a lather, even broadcasting footage of the front of Eiswert’s home. Police were called in to prevent violence at the school.

It was implied that Eiswert’s thought crimes were too horrible to air on television. But the racist rant could be heard on social media:

The improbable story was too good for the media to check. Eventually, AI experts checked it anyway — and found this:

[T]he audio was generated by an AI program that’s extremely simple to use. All you would have to do is upload a short audio file containing a voice — it can be just a single sentence — and then you can have the AI say whatever you want, in that person’s voice.

For once, a hate hoaxer is facing consequences:

Police have arrested the school’s athletic director, a 31-year-old man named Dazhon Darien, and charged him with creating this AI voice file. Specifically, he’s been hit with a variety of offenses, including stalking, theft, and disruption of school operation.

Unsurprisingly, Darien is an oppressed Person of Preferred Pigmentation.

It turns out that he was under investigation by the principal for allegedly paying teachers under the table using school funds. There was also other alleged misconduct as well, so Darien’s contract wasn’t being renewed. In response, he decided to generate fake evidence that he was being fired because he’s black. On the tape, the principal supposedly says he needs to get rid of black employees by any means necessary — including D.J., which is Darien’s nickname.

We know what will come next, as deep fake technology continues to improve:

Imagine AI-generated videos of police officers killing unarmed black suspects. Is there any doubt that kind of video would cause nationwide riots?

The malevolent media will have no interest in debunking the coming wave of deep fake hoaxes; on the contrary, it will bend over backward to promote them, so as to drive both ratings and its phony narrative.

More than ever before, we need to remember: if a story sounds too good to be true from the liberal point of view, that’s probably because it is not true.

On tips from ABC of the ANC, StephaneDumas, and KirklesWorth.


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