Warning About China’s Potential Misuse of Artificial Intelligence to Interfere in Foreign Elections

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Warning About China's Potential Misuse of Artificial Intelligence to Interfere in Foreign Elections

Warning about the possibility of China’s misuse of artificial intelligence to interfere in foreign elections

Microsoft warned on Friday that China may use artificial intelligence to disrupt elections in the United States, India, and other rival powers following the recent presidential elections in Taiwan.

According to The Guardian, during the recent presidential elections in Taiwan, Beijing conducted an experimental action using AI-generated content, causing voters to distance themselves from a candidate supporting the country’s government, which was against China.

Microsoft’s intelligence team, monitoring threats, assessed in their report published on Friday, April 6th, that China and North Korea are seeking to make the most use of AI-generated content to influence the outcomes of elections this year in countries like the United States, India, and South Korea.

Ahead of the U.S. presidential elections in November this year, concerns have grown in both rival political parties and other American institutions about China’s potential cyber attacks and interference in the elections.


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