I'm trying to re-find an old Wired magazine article, it was from between 1995-2005 and it was about real time computer graphics and video editing I think. It involved technology being developed to insert green screened actors or CGI objects into live video, and have it look like it was actually there even when the camera is moving because the computer can adjust for camera movement and edit the inserted picture. In the last page the reporter showed some of the stuff that was being worked on to a general at the Pentagon, who said it could lead to a country faking footage of an attack by putting CGI tanks invading from another country into a live news video in order to start a war.
I'm trying to find it now to bring up the point that some of the problems people are now talking about with AI images was being discussed decades ago, but can't seem to find it.
Anyone know which issue this was in? My googling and archive.org
-ing isn't finding it, and I've hit the limit on "free article views" on wired.com