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Christopher Wylie explains how AI can manipulate political discourse

Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie speaks to The Democracy Project on how artificial intelligence affects what users see on social media. He references an error that appeared on YouTube, where the Notre Dame fire was mistakenly affiliated with 9/11.

Special thanks to SFU Public Square for arranging this interview.

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