It has been reported that the family of Michael Schumacher is planning legal action against Die Aktuelle, a weekly German gossip magazine for presenting an artificial intelligence-generated article as “the first” interview with the seven-time Formula 1 world champion since his 2013 skiing accident where he suffered a brain injury.
The magazine led with a photo of Schumacher on the front cover with the headline “the first interview” and the accompanying strapline “it sounds deceptively real”, implying that quotes were given by Schumacher when in fact it transpired, that they were produced by AI.
Schumacher’s family have been fiercely protective of Schumacher’s privacy following the accident.
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