Taylor Swift and George Carlin nonconsensual deepfakes prompt possible legal actions against AI use

Artificial intelligence (AI) has recreated the likeness of individuals without their approval. The first case involves the online distribution of deepfake images of Taylor Swift. The second case involves the late comedian George Carlin, whose estate is suing the creators of a YouTube comedy special for using AI to copy his voice and humour without consent. The article also highlights the absence of federal laws in the US to protect individuals from the unauthorised use of their likenesses by AI.

Source: Salon



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