In this age of social media where everyone now has mobile and easy access to social media, there are some important things that almost 99% of people are unaware of, smartphones in the hands of children these days, social media profiles are very common. has become
Many parents create profiles on the photo-sharing application Instagram soon after the birth of their children and then post their pictures and videos, examples of this are many Pakistani actors, but do you know how dangerous it is? ?
In this regard, a German telecommunication company ‘Deutsche Telekom’ has created an advertisement specifically for parents who share pictures of their children online.
The ad, which has garnered millions of views, features a 9-year-old girl named Ella virtually aging using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology, aiming to stop children from sharing too much information online. to inform about the resulting damages.
Parents who share photos and videos of their children on social media to maintain or develop relationships with other online friends is called ‘sharing’, the ad uses artificial intelligence and a simple photo of the girl’s childhood. Hoy is shown growing up telling her parents that ‘photos shared online that are memorable moments for you can be data for others’.
The actress is showing in the ad what can be done with the help of technology in the modern age, all it takes are some pictures which unfortunately parents themselves share online.
These images can be used by anyone at any time, from which the future of the children can be badly damaged, with the help of these images, the identity of the child can be stolen, anyone can go to jail for their innocent sin, even the voice. Can also be used for misdeeds, parents can be fooled by their own child’s copied voice.
Experts at the Boston Children’s Digital Wellness Lab have revealed that by 2030, 7.4 million cases of identity fraud annually could be linked to parents sharing personal information online.
It should be noted that 75% of parents worldwide share photos and videos of their children on social media, with 8 out of 10 parents never even meeting their followers.