Nick Bilton: Is Fake News About to Get More Real?

Nick Bilton: Is Fake News About to Get More Real?


Nick Bilton joins MSNBC to discuss an article he wrote about how new technology will make fake news harder to spot. He says readily available software and hardware will allow audio and video to be manipulated and faked to look completely real.

Special Correspondent at Vanity Fair, Acclaimed Author, & Former Lead Technology Writer for the New York Times

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Nick Bilton, Special Correspondent for Vanity Fair and former Lead Technology Writer for the New York Times, is a journalist, designer, UI specialist, technologist, author, hardware hacker, and researcher. Bilton has worked in many industries within the context of design, research and development, and technology. He is also the author of Hatching Twitter and I Live in the Future: & Here’s How It Works, which explores the effects of new technology on our brains. With highly visual presentations, he addresses innovation, the future of media, technology, and society and how technology affects our work and minds.