Limits on AI-generated political ads advances


Kansas is taking steps toward doing something not many other states have done.

The House elections committee on Thursday passed out a bill requiring campaigns to disclose when “synthetic media” is used to manipulate images, video or audio.

The law also would ban using AI to impersonate an election official for the purpose of deceiving someone on how to vote.

The bill was amended to clarify that disclosures are the responsibility of the advertiser, not the broadcaster or platform that is disseminating the ad.

So, far only six states have passed laws addressing what has been now described as the . . .


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