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Trump's Arrest and Conviction Depicted With Artificial Intelligence.
As the nation awaits a potential indictment of former President Donald Trump, social media users have turned to artificial intelligence, using the technology to generate lifelike images of Trump in various criminal scenarios. Among these users, Eliot Higgins, founder and creative director of Bellingcat, has gained significant attention on Twitter, sharing dozens of AI renderings created with the image generator Midjourney.
While all of this happens, A Manhattan grand jury is set to reconvene today and may render a decision on whether to bring charges against former President Donald Trump for the hush-money payments made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels during his 2016 presidential campaign.
Meanwhile, House Republicans are calling on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to provide testimony and documents, denouncing a potential indictment against Trump as an "unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority." However, legal scholars contend that Congress lacks constitutional jurisdiction over local prosecutors, and the House lawmakers' demands impinge upon New York's sovereignty.
Regardless of what takes place today, later this week, or for the rest of eternity, we will always at least have these AI generated images to at least see what a Trump arrest and conviction could look like.
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