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Michael Schumacher’s family won compensation for AI-generated ‘interview’ – Firstpost

Michael Schumacher’s family has won a lawsuit against the publisher of a magazine which published an artificial intelligence-generated interview with the great Formula 1 champion.
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The family of Michael Schumacher has won a lawsuit against the publisher of a magazine which published an artificial intelligence-generated interview with the great Formula 1 champion. In April 2023, the German magazine Die Aktuelle put the words on its cover “Michael Schumacher, the first interview! He also wrote “this looks deceptively real” with the AI-generated quotes supposedly attributed to Schumacher. Die Aktuelle is one of many tabloid celebrity magazines in Germany.

Schumacher’s family filed a lawsuit against the magazine after the incident, and their spokeswoman, Sabine Kehm, told The Associated Press on Thursday that she had won the lawsuit.

They awarded compensation amounting to 200,000 euros ($217,000).

Last year, German publisher Funke magazines apologized to Schumacher’s family for the article and fired the editor-in-chief of Die Aktuelle.

It was while skiing in the French Alps in Méribel that Schumacher fell in December 2013 and suffered a near-fatal brain injury. His head hit a rock which split his helmet open. Since his transfer from hospital in September 2014, the seven-time F1 champion has been treated privately at a family home in Switzerland.

Schumacher, 55, retired from F1 in 2012 after winning 91 races and five consecutive titles with Ferrari from 2000 to 2004. The German driver’s other two titles were won with Benetton in 1994 and 1995.

With AP inputs

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