Computer scientists from the U.K.'s University of Oxford, Carnegie Mellon University, and Switzerland's armasuisse Science + Technology claim to have created the first algorithm for seamlessly concealing messages in realistic text, images, or audio.
The researchers used the generative artificial intelligence (AI) to design innocuous-seeming chat messages that outside observers could not distinguish from any other communication produced by the same algorithm.
The algorithm can couple a secret message with a series of memes included in the chat, selecting context-appropriate content on the spot.
The researchers envision the method gaining use with the emergence of increasingly commonplace generative AI.
From Scientific American
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