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17 Aug, 2021 20:06

Deepfakes now pitching business ideas

Deepfakes are now making business pitches, meaning the online video of someone pitching their money-making idea might not be who you think it is, or even be a real person at all. Lionel of Lionel Media Joins In Question with the bizarre details. A shocking new study that suggests that a specific component of air particle pollution found in some common household products could be responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths every single year. Poor air quality is one of the leading causes of premature mortality worldwide. RT America's Trinity Chavez explains the story. Plus, It now appears the Taliban is in firm control in Afghanistan as the US evacuates personnel from the country. President Joe Biden has doubled down on his insistence that the US evacuation was in the best interest of the nation. Many now worry about the future of Afghanistan. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Code Pink, and Ed Martin of the Phyllis Schlafly Eagle Forum join In Question with the latest details.

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