Former President Donald Trump has expressed concerns about the potential dangers of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the creation of deepfake videos and audio. He highlighted an incident in which a deepfake video was created of him endorsing a product, and he warned that such technology could be used in wars and other harmful ways. Trump called for quick action to mitigate the potential damage of AI because of the lack of a real solution to the problem. This sentiment is shared by others in the technology and political spheres, especially in light of incidents where deepfake technology has been used to mislead the public, such as robocalls with a fake voice of the US President urging voters not to vote in a primary election. Additionally, there have been incidents of fraud involving deepfake technology, including an incident in which a finance worker in Hong Kong paid out $25 million to scammers due to a deepfake video call. It remains to be seen what measures will be put in place to protect the public from these and other potential dangers of AI technology.