Schumacher family to sue magazine for interview with Artificial Intelligence

The family of legendary racing driver Michael Schumacher plans to file a lawsuit against a German magazine for publishing what it claimed was an artificial intelligence interview with Schumacher.

Sabine Kehm, a spokeswoman for Schumacher’s family, confirmed to The Associated Press via email Thursday that they are considering filing a lawsuit “because of an interview with artificial intelligence by the German outlet Die Aktuelle.”

The magazine published a photo of the 54-year-old driver on its cover last weekend, emblazoned with the caption: “Michael Schumacher, first interview!”

Die Aktuelle also wrote that it “rings deceptively real” and included purported quotes attributed to Schumacher that were generated using AI. Die Aktuelle is one of the many entertainment magazines in Germany.

While skiing in the French Alps in Meribel, Schumacher suffered a fall in December 2013, causing a brain injury that nearly cost him his life. His head collided with a rock that split his helmet. Doctors managed to remove blood clots, but left others intact because they were too deep in his brain.

Since being transferred from hospital in September 2014, the seven-time IF champion has received private care at a family residence in Switzerland.

Schumacher shares the record for the most F1 titles with Britain’s Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes. Schumacher retired from F1 in 2022 after three seasons with Mercedes and was succeeded by Hamilton.

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