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Top 3 AI Scams and How to Stay Ahead

Scam 1: Cloned Voices of Loved One

Scammers utilize these cloned voices to craft compelling narratives, often claiming to be in distress or facing financial emergencies.

Exercise caution when receiving unexpected calls or message and Verify authenticity through other channels: Stay informed about AI-powered voice cloning technology and scams

How to Avoid Cloned Voice Scams:

Scam 2: “Deepfake” Photos or Video

Scammers may employ deepfakes to spread false news stories, or tarnish the image of individuals or organizations. or to extort victims, threatening to release compromising or damaging material.

How to Avoid Deepfake Image and VIdeo Scams:

Be skeptical of seemingly too-good-to-be-true content and Check for inconsistencies and anomalies reverse image search tools to verify the authenticity of online images and videos.

Scam 3: Real-Looking, Hyper Personalized Email

These personalized phishing emails often contain malicious links or attachments that can compromise personal information or infect devices with malware.

How to Avoid Personalized Email Scams:

Before clicking on any links in emails, hover over them to reveal the actual destination URL and Never provide sensitive information via email Exercise caution when receiving emails with urgent or demanding request

Scam 4: AI-Powered Investment Scams: Promises of Unreal Return

promise unrealistic returns and exploit the growing interest in AI-driven financial products.

How to Avoid Personalized Email Scams:

Before investing in any AI-related financial product, conduct thorough research and Beware of unrealistic promises and return Consult with a qualified financial advisor before making any significant investment decision

Empowering Digital Literacy and Awareness

Staying ahead of these evolving threats requires a combination of digital literacy, awareness, and proactive vigilance.