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Internet users raise suspicions that Putin's New Year's speech may have been delivered by artificial intelligence.  Watch the video and understand

Internet users raise suspicions that Putin's New Year's speech may have been delivered by artificial intelligence. Watch the video and understand

It was not only Vladimir Putin's New Year's message that resonated around the world. The method of his transportation also sparked widespread controversy, especially on social media, which increased speculation about the health condition of the President of Russia, who was always present in the news in 2023. On the Internet, many believe that the Moscow leader received help from artificial intelligence (AI). in the Speak.

The president's televised New Year's Eve speech is a tradition started by former Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, and is broadcast before midnight in each of Russia's 11 time zones.

Putin said: “We are capable of solving the most difficult problems” and that “no force can divide us.” Shortly after the speech, suggestions emerged online that there was something different about his appearance.

“Putin's New Year's greeting was apparently generated by artificial intelligence,” Mykhailo Golub posted on “Technical problem”.

“Look at his neck, he's not even wearing a suit, what is this? Too lazy to wear a suit? Or a neural network?” another user wrote.

A “scar” appears on Putin's neck during a religious ceremony – Photo: Reproduction/TASS

A mark on the Russian President's neck, in a photo taken in April last year, sparked rumors that the politician's health was at risk, according to the American newspaper “New York Post”. Putin was photographed with an alleged scar while attending an Orthodox Easter mass at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. Information about the fragility of the Moscow leader's health has begun to spread more strongly since the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. There is suspicion that he uses body doubles on official occasions.

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There is no evidence that Putin did not give a New Year's speech. Newsweek contacted the Kremlin for comment, but did not receive any response.

However, adding to the speculation, in one of the most surreal moments during the annual televised Q&A with the Nation in December, the Russian leader addressed an artificial intelligence version of himself, created by a student in St. Petersburg (Russia).

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