President's words used to create "deepfakes" at Davos

President Trump dismissed climate change while speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week – then programmers used those words to create a deepfake video featuring the president and other world leaders apologizing for their failure to take action against global warming. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson reports from Davos.

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