Will deepfake apps pose a serious threat to payment security?
The answer is not likely. The question derived from the debate on whether deepfake apps which store personal facial recognition data would become a privacy invasion machine, coming along with the quick success but a short-lived Zao. By requesting permits for “free, irrevocable, permanent, transferable, and relicense-able” license for all user-generated content from users, the face-swapping app has been put under a spotlight of suspicion with regards to any potentially malicious use of personal data, which might even affect the payment security system if not properly handled. Though such entertainment programs technically differ from professional face-mapping software, they are still regarded by specialists of data misuse as self-learning-and-developing AI technology might cause unpredictable chaos. For a more detailed interpretation, please check the link.