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In September, Texas became the first state in the country to criminalize “deepfakes”—video clips created with artificial intelligence that make people appear to say or do something they did not. But legal experts questioned the new law’s constitutionality and said the rapidly evolving technology behind deepfakes has the potential wreak havoc on the legal system, particularly when it comes to authenticating evidence in litigation.

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