Deepfake: Análisis de sus implicancias tecnológicas y jurídicas en la era de la Inteligencia Artificial

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Fernando Ramos-Zaga


El surgimiento de la tecnología deepfake ha provocado un cambio trascendental en el mundo digital, exigiendo acciones proactivas tanto desde al ámbito académico como de los responsables políticos, debido a los múltiples desafíos que presenta a diferentes industrias. En ese sentido, el objetivo del presente artículo es analizar las implicancias tecnológicos y jurídicos en torno al deepfake, subrayando la necesidad imperiosa de que los marcos jurídicos se adapten a los retos que plantea el uso de la inteligencia artificial (IA). Para tal propósito, se llevó a cabo una revisión de la literatura especializada, concentrándose específicamente en los aspectos tecnológicos y los desafíos regulatorios que plantea la tecnología deepfake. Los hallazgos muestran la urgente necesidad de marcos jurídicos efectivos y acordes a los retos que plantea el vertiginoso avance tecnológico para hacer frente a los retos planteados a través del deepfake mediante la colaboración internacional para abordar estas cuestiones de manera integral. Se concluye que es de vital importancia contar con regulación que siga el ritmo de los avances tecnológicos para mitigar las posibles adversidades asociadas al uso de la tecnología deepfake.

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Ramos-Zaga, F. . (2024). Deepfake: Análisis de sus implicancias tecnológicas y jurídicas en la era de la Inteligencia Artificial. Derecho Global. Estudios Sobre Derecho Y Justicia, 9(27: Julio-Octubre), 359–387.
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Fernando Ramos-Zaga, Universidad Privada del Norte, Perú

Abogado por la Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC). Magíster en Gerencia Social por la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Doctorando en Gestión de Empresas de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM).


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