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An Arizona state lawmaker said artificial intelligence (AI) system ChatGPT helped draft a new deepfake legislation that was signed into law this week.

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Arizona lawmaker says ChatGPT helped draft new deepfakes law

An Arizona state lawmaker said artificial intelligence (AI) system ChatGPT helped draft a new deepfake legislation that was signed into law the week of May 20. State Rep. Alex Kolodin, R,  used the AI software to help define “digital impersonation” in Arizona’s new law, which aims to regulate deepfake technology. House Bill 2394, which Democratic Gov. Kaite Hobbs signed into law Tuesday, gives Arizona politicians and other residents the ability to get a court order declaring that the person in the deepfake is not them.

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