In a bit of a dystopian movie plot, some of the recent advancements in generative artificial intelligence technology have blurred the lines between reality and fiction.

Users can now have humanlike conversations with chatbots, with some even developing feelings for AI-powered bots; listen to AI-generated songs from what sounds like their favorite artists; or watch incredibly realistic videos that are, in fact, not real.

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