An expert claims that a criminologist just discovered a video of a multibillion dollar, global criminal organization that has been stealing from the American government ever since the pandemic and providing other criminals with generative artificial intelligence capabilities.
The 58-second footage, which was intended for the dark web, begins with a person identified only as Sanchez speaking to another person who is seen digging a grave in the background while dressed all in black.
The man who goes by the name Sanchez replied, saying he offers Chase bank accounts. He was one of the first people to sell bogus bank accounts four years ago. His partner and him began. About 30 individuals work in one office at the moment.
As he continues, the camera moves from being in front of Sanchez to one that is gazing up from what seems to be a hole, with foreboding music playing in the background.
According to Maimon, this was an update for some of his worried clients who hadn’t seen him on the online black market in a few weeks.
Global Criminal Organizations Use AI to Commit Fraud and Sextortion
As noted by Haywood Talcove, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Government Group, these organizations are responsible for the majority of the pandemic fraud that cost the nation billions, and they are now employing generative AI to remain covert while enlarging their criminal empire.
According to Talcove, these global criminal organizations were well-known during the pandemic and stole hundreds of millions.
But as he previously stated, that represents a drop in the ocean compared to the $1 trillion or more that these organizations can siphon off from the American government over the course of the upcoming year.
These global corporations supply other criminals with the AI technology and tools they need to carry out sextortion schemes, which often target pre-teens through young adults and have resulted in deaths.
AI Enables Thieves to Rob and Escape
Talcove claimed that the U.S. government is their main target, and AI-powered technology enables them to steal government institutions and then disappear.
Sextortion, according to the FBI, is a crime that involves threatening to release sexually explicit pictures or recordings of the victim with their friends and family or the public.
According to the FBI, malicious actors use content manipulation technologies and services to transform photos and videos typically taken from a victim’s social media account, the public internet, or one they requested into sexually-themed images that closely resemble the victim.
They then share these images on social media, public forums, or pornographic websites.
Source: Fox News