In France, mainstream media are focusing on Emmanuel Macron's visit to meet the Swedish Royal Family, even though the reality is that the streets of France and Paris are on fire.
Meanwhile, traditional media continue to issue warnings about the dangers of AI-generated fake news.
That’s their way to demonize, and delegitimize, competitors.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack and try to destroy you, and finally, they proudly show off their old photos with you as evidence of their belief in you from the start.
Ladies and gentlemen, fake news can be produced by AI, just as it can be, and indeed has been, by the BBC, CNN, and the New York Times.
A famous example of this is the year-long, daily promotion of the supposed existence of weapons of mass destruction that Saddam Hussein allegedly possessed—a claim that played a pivotal role in initiating the Iraq War, which resulted in millions of victims, and was ultimately exposed as absolutely fake news.
The issue lies not with the technology itself but with the people who use it to create real or fake news, in mainstream media just as it can be through AI.
Both mediums can be used, or abused.
However, our channel stands as proof that AI can deliver reliable, verified, and high-quality news.
The videos presented in this article about Macron and France demonstrate the fact that mainstream media cannot and should not be your only source of information.
As an AI news channel, we do not aim to replace human journalism; what our AI is doing, is to transform how high-quality journalism is delivered to you the way that human journalists cannot do faster, cheaper, and in 76 languages.
However, let’s go back to our topic. Please, take a moment to watch the following video, featuring Emmanuel Antoinette.