Lawmakers in Hartford pushing to safeguard residents from AI 'deep fakes'

The state Assembly’s Judiciary Committee held a hearing Monday introducing a new bill that would crack down on Artificial Intelligence (AI) images that are sexually explicit and illegally disseminated.

John Craven and Larry Epstein

Mar 11, 2024, 9:46 PM

Updated 34 days ago

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The state Assembly’s Judiciary Committee held a hearing Monday introducing a new bill that would crack down on Artificial Intelligence (AI) images that are sexually explicit and illegally disseminated.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift was recently a victim of a so-called deep fake, after someone posted fake sexual images of her on social media.
"The software no longer requires a high level of skill, just the ability for someone to type in plain English a set of commands to accomplish synthetic reality" says Capt. Matthew Brodacki, of the Technical Investigation Unit of Southwest Connecticut.


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