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Northeastern University

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Researcher

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Community Health and Collective Security

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Manipulation

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Americas

United States

Kai-Cheng Yang is a postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern University. His research aims to uncover how generative AI is used for deceptive and disruptive purposes and develop countermeasures that leverage AI technologies. His recent studiesreveal that malicious social bots supercharged by AI have been deployed in the wild.

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