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    There are millions of images of actor Tom Hanks on the internet. Still, none of them are like the images presented on Wednesday at the Black Hat computer security conference. 

     A researcher created plausible audio and pictures of Tom Hanks using open-source software and less than $100, to see how easily open-source software from artificial intelligence labs could be used in misinformation campaigns. A camera did not take the images; machine learning algorithms created them. 

     Philip Tully, a data scientist at FireEye, said: “People with not a lot of experience can take these machine-learning models and do pretty powerful things with them.”

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