Twitter users have been quick to share and praise the images, with many seeing them as an example of the positive uses of AI.
However, some have raised concerns about the ethical implications of using AI to create fake images of real people.
Eliot Higgins, founder and creative director of the independent international collective of researchers, investigators, and citizen journalists known as Bellingcat, commented on the images on Twitter, stating “Making pictures of Trump getting arrested while waiting for Trump’s arrest.”
The tweet highlights the widespread anticipation surrounding the possibility of Trump’s arrest and the use of AI to imagine what it might look like.
While the AI-generated images have garnered a lot of attention and amusement, they also raise important questions about the responsible and ethical use of AI technology.
As AI continues to advance, it’s crucial that we consider the implications of its use and ensure that it is used in a way that aligns with ethical principles.