The hilarious digital modified version of Queen Elizabeth’s annual Christmas speech aired on BBC and ITV Fridays, delivering a serious message when sending the real Queen’s address.
The “Deep fake”Version Queen Elizabeth II The Royal took several swipes at family members, and the Queen danced in a tic-tac-toe manner. All of these are designed to easily warn of misinformation that could spread in the digital age.
A deep dummy uses a person’s image or voice in a realistic video, which usually conveys a foreign message when referring to a real broadcast.
“If there is a theme to my message today, it is hope. Believe what is real and what is not, ”the fake queen said in a modified version aired on Friday.
He said Britain’s Channel 4 fake video was designed “as a clear warning of advanced technology that could help spread misinformation and fake news in the digital age.”
Fake Queen Elizabeth II delivers a few ginkgos, noting the prince’s withdrawal Harry and Megan From state duties and Prince AndrewWithdrawal from active participation in most royal family activities. In the case of Megan and Harry, he notes, “Some things hurt more than someone telling you they like the company of Canadians.”
Buckingham Palace did not comment on the news.
True Queen Elizabeth’s annual Christmas Day news attracted a large audience, the overall view is believed His highest rating in years. It topped BBC One and ITV Christmas Day ratings.
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