Meta says users must label AI-generated audio and video — or they could be penalized

Source: CBC News [Canadian state media]

“Meta Platforms could penalize users who fail to label AI-generated audio and visual content posted on its platforms, its top policy executive said on Tuesday. The comments were made by Nick Clegg, the company’s president of global affairs, during an interview with Reuters. Clegg said he felt confident that technology companies could label AI-generated images reliably at this point, but said tools to mark audio and video content were more complicated and still being developed. … The comments came following Clegg’s announcement in a blog post that Meta would begin detecting and labelling images generated by other companies’ artificial intelligence services in the coming months, using a set of invisible markers built into the files.” (02/07/24)