Man Who Created Synthetic, AI-Generated Child Pornography Sentenced To Prison

  • A Quebec man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for using artificial intelligence to produce synthetic videos of child pornography.
  • Steven Larouche, 61, of Sherbrooke, Que., pleaded guilty to creating at least seven videos with so-called deepfake technology, which is used to superimpose the face of an individual onto the body of another person.
  • He also pleaded guilty to possessing hundreds of thousands of computer files of child pornography, for which he was sentenced an additional four and a half years.
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