Artificial Intelligence is absolutely everywhere. It's being used from internet search engines to car dealerships and everyone in between. Yes, even users at home who are using AI to compose photos, videos, and even audio that's so lifelike you'd be hard pressed to realized it was even created by AI.

That sounds all good and fun. It can be silly to tell an AI image generator to compose a photo of "Taylor Swift fans getting really bad brain freeze from ice cream," or whatever kind of stuff you're into.

However, if you're planning on doing that with politicians, you may want to think twice.

The Idaho Legislature has introduced a new bill to fight back against the use of AI to manipulate a candidate's speeches, videos, and yes, even photos.

Why? According to House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel, we're already to the point where this is a problem:

The technology is really pretty stunning in what it can do to replicate a person’s speech, appearance and voice to the point where somebody could create a video of you speaking that could deceive your own mother.

What do you think? Should it be illegal for us plain ol' citizens to use AI to manipulate content from a politician? Or does that fall under our rights of freedom of speech?

Either way, the internet is going to be an absolute nightmare trying to figure out what photos and videos are real and which are AI. Buckle up for the wild, wild west era of the internet, y'all!

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