Following lawsuit, rep admits “AI” George Carlin was human-written

Enlarge / A promotional image cited in the lawsuit uses Carlin’s name and image to promote the Dudsey podcast and special. The estate of George Carlin has filed a federal lawsuit against the comedy podcast Dudesy for an hour-long comedy special sold as an AI-generated impression of the late comedian. But a representative for one of the podcast hosts behind the special now admits that it was actually written by a human.

In the lawsuit, filed by Carlin manager Jerold Hamza in a California district court, the Carlin estate points out that the special, “George Carlin: I’m Glad I’m Dead,” (which

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