Digital Credibility in the Age of Artificial Intelligence “He was a nice enough guy, I guess. He seemed to pretty much keep to himself. Not rude – he’d wave or nod if we saw each other – but not a lot of conversation. Where did he work? I’m not sure, exactly, but I think he was some kind of IT guy. Haven’t seen him in a while, but I didn’t think anything of it.” That’s my former neighbor, talking to a reporter from one of the local TV stations. A couple houses down the street, another one of my old…
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