Picture this: Tomorrow morning you get an audio message on your cell phone from The International New York Times: “Jerusalem: 1,400,000 New Coronavirus Cases!” Within minutes, there is a city-wide panic. You then scratch your head. “Wait a minute, the last census showed there are only about 931,756 people living in Jerusalem.” Luckily, you find out later in the day that the newspaper was hacked and that the story was created by malicious artificial intelligence (AI). Think this is imaginary? Not quite. Read more in this article, entitled Robot v. Robot: Can AI Fight Fake News?, that Long & Associates attorney Ryan E .Long wrote for an Israeli innovation publication.