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Is your new CEO a liability?

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Some of the likely AI-generated faces from fake LinkedIn profiles identified by Stanford University researchers. The central positioning of the eyes is a telltale sign of a computer-created face. onnie Hanzhang Jin//NPR hide caption

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That smiling LinkedIn profile face might be a computer-generated fake

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Ryan Roslansky, who became LinkedIn's CEO this week, said "offensive" comments during a meeting about racism "reinforced the very hard work we still have to do." Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The new University Pages on LinkedIn show which businesses employ a college's graduates, and the sectors of the economy in which they work. LinkedIn hide caption

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Linkedin founder Reid Garrett Hoffman (center and CEO Jeff Weiner (2nd right) at the ringing of the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange May 19, 2011. STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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