Founder of Jed.ai, Jedidiah Francis is mentioned in Angeline Francis Khoo's interview with The Scotsman. Having partnered Jed.ai with Rosie on Fire, Jedidiah said: "We're also planning to do a whisky kit to keep people well-stocked during the lockdown. They will be distributed not only in the UK but throughout Malaysia and Australia as well, where we are also selling our SupplyDrop kits."We had so many ideas on the whiteboard to expand our product range, and that's one that really jumped out to us when we were chatting with the team. We're definitely going to make that a reality, and we plan to start talking to some of Scotland's top independent distilleries in the coming weeks."
By Jedidiah Francis In 2018 the Reddit community r/deepfakes gained international attention thanks to a piece of investigative journalism by Samantha Cole, deputy editor at VICE. Members of the forum had been using a burgeoning technology to superimpose celebrities’ faces onto pornographic videos. For the general public – and no doubt the unwitting stars – it was a shock. Most were unaware this technology existed. Very few believed it was possible to produce such realistic footage.