Alarm sounded on 'deep fake' health misinformation

By Rachael Ward
Updated April 22 2024 - 6:05am, first published 6:00am
Public health student Khalid Muse says the use of vapes has skyrocketed among his peers. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)
Public health student Khalid Muse says the use of vapes has skyrocketed among his peers. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)

Australia must do more to address health misinformation before artificial intelligence makes it harder to call out, leading experts say.

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