Hot Potato: Kyle Rittenhaus' attorney claims Apple uses "artificial intelligence" to manipulate movies when users zoom in on iPads. The judge at trial said it was up to the prosecutor to prove wrong.
At yesterday's cross-examination, Rittenhouse's attorney, Mark Richards, suggested that Assistant Attorney General Thomas Binger make a film showing a teen who protested that he had shot Joseph Rosenbaum. Reason? "Apple's iPads have artificial intelligence that allows for 3D logarithmic rendering," Richards says. , also shows that he does not know the difference between a logarithm and an algorithm. "And it uses their AI or their algorithm to create what they think is happening. So this isn't an advanced video; it's Apple programming on the iPad that creates what you think is there, not what is necessarily there." p>
Binger noted that nearly everyone knows what zoom is involved in, and that this feature does not alter the image, Richards claims. p>>
Judge Schroeder said he would. It is a “significant risk” to show the video in court without dismissing the defense's allegations. Therefore, it was the prosecution's responsibility to prove that Apple did not tamper with the images when using the zoom. He also rejected the comparison between magnification and the use of a magnifying glass. "I don't believe this," the judge said. The judge also suggested that the plaintiffs find an expert during a 20-minute break, but it appears that no one has been found or brought to court during this time. p>
The jury finally made a video of the accident on a Windows machine connected to a large TV, with no zoom, and full screen photos. p>
Kyle Rittenhaus' defense claims that Apple's AI manipulates the movie when zoom is used.