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22 October 2020

     16:45  Synthetic human-like fakes‎‎ 4 changes history +1,129 [Juho Kunsola‎ (4×)]
16:45 (cur | prev) +192 Juho Kunsola talk contribs →‎Limits of digital sound-alikes: + File:Edison_and_phonograph_edit1.jpg + caption "w:Thomas Edison and his early w:phonograph. Cropped from w:Library of Congress copy, ca. 1877, (probably 18 April 1878)"
16:39 (cur | prev) +414 Juho Kunsola talk contribs + The temporal limit of whom, dead or living, the digital sound-alikes can attack is defined by the w:history of sound recording + w:phonograph by w:Thomas Edison in 1877 + Scott's phonautograph of 1857
16:13 (cur | prev) +127 Juho Kunsola talk contribs →‎Limits of digital look-alikes: + w:History of film technology has more precise information about where the border is
16:09 (cur | prev) +396 Juho Kunsola talk contribs + === Limits of digital look-alikes === + Digital look-alikes cannot be used to attack people who existed before the technological invention of film. For moving pictures the breakthrough is attributed to w:Auguste and Louis Lumière's w:Cinematograph premiered in Paris on 28 December 1895...