Deepfake image-based sexual abuse is a growing and alarming form of tech-facilitated sexual exploitation and abuse that uses advanced artificial intelligence to create deceptive and non-consensual sexually explicit content. Vulnerable groups, particularly women and girls, face amplified risks and unique challenges in combatting deepfake image-based sexual abuse.
Equality Now and The Alliance for Universal Digital Rights invites you to a webinar focusing on deepfake legislation across the world, and the real-life experiences and responses to this unnerving new medium for sexual exploitation.
- Date: 17 January 2024
- Time: 2pm UTC (9am New York, 5pm Nairobi, 7.30pm India)
Joining the panel will be Sophie Compton and Reuben Hamlyn, co-founders of the My Image My Choice campaign and co-directors of the award-winning documentary Another Body. In this webinar they will delve into the tangible impact of deepfake technology, sharing invaluable insights gained from their journey in creating the film and in the aftermath of its release. Learn about the feedback they’ve received, the lessons learned, and the strides made in their campaign against exploitative online deepfakes.This fascinating and unnerving documentary will be made available for online viewing upon registration for the webinar.