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Joe Biden’s Deepfake Video of Him Singing “Baby Shark” Isn’t Funny—Serious. It’s

Joe Biden’s Deepfake Video of Him Singing “Baby Shark” Isn’t Funny—Serious. It’s

Joe Biden's Deepfake Video of Him Singing "Baby Shark" Isn't Funny—Serious. It's

Joe Biden’s Deepfake Video of Him Singing “Baby Shark” Isn’t Funny—Serious. It’s

The video was created as a joke, but it has taken on a life of its own on the internet. That is really depressing to say, but here we go, Baby Shark. Baby shark, doo doo doo! Here’s why I’m forcing you to listen to this horrible earworm. Some claim that when speaking to a community college in California, President Obama had a brain spasm and began singing the children’s song.

The video in which Joe Biden claims he’ll sing the national anthem before breaking into the first few lines of Baby Shark. The footage, however, demonstrates that the president has dementia in certain people. Deep-fake is a sophisticated Photoshop technique for moving pictures.

According to one study, 90% to 95% of deep-fake movies are non-consensual porn. Approximately 90% of the films are non-consensual pornography of women. Deep-fake political films are another rapidly expanding issue—deep-fake movies cause havoc and are increasingly being used to propagate disinformation and influence elections.

It was not malicious disinformation, as its inventor verified to the connected press. He said it was all a prank. After seeing the video, anyone with a half-brain cell could suspect something odd is going on. When you watch the video, the logo in the corner indicates that it is from a satirical website.

Unfortunately, jokes may spread fast on the internet, and they can occasionally be really dangerous. Although Biden’s video of himself singing Baby Shark was a hoax, the future of Deep-fake is bleak.

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