AI-generated spam is starting to fill social media. Here’s why

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The proliferation of AI-generated images “has made Facebook a very bizarre, very creepy place for me,” said Casey Morris, an attorney in Northern Virginia. Facebook


Casey Morris, an attorney in Northern Virginia, recently started checking Facebook again after a long break. Among posts from friends and family, she noticed a strange trend.

“The caption will say, ‘Close your eyes 70% and see magic.’ And without squinting at all, it’s very obviously sort of an image of Jesus, but it will be made up of, like, vegetables and a tractor and

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