Beware of people using AI to generate imaginary Trump arrest photos


While a grand jury considers whether to recommend the indictment of former President Donald Trump, people who can’t wait to see Trump’s arrest are using artificial intelligence to create fake images of him being chased by cops, posing for a mugshot and fighting officers trying to arrest him.

Eliot Higgins, founder of the investigative group Bellingcat, used an AI tool called Midjourney to produce 50 images imagining what the former president might look like being arrested and later, breaking out of jail. Some of the images making the rounds have been viewed millions of times. Higgins posted the images on Twitter and explained he made the fake “photos” by simply entering the text: “Donald Trump falling over while getting arrested. Fibonacci Spiral. News footage.”

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