We're late because of Kate

The breaking news this morning was how the British Royal family has apparently used AI to manipulate a photograph of the Princess of Wales. I've fended off media requests to comment on this despite it covering my specialisms of both AI and crisis communications. I haven't commented as those I've heard commenting are mainly providing meaningless or inaccurate opinion as they don't know enough about what's actually happened.

What does the hive mind of PR Futurist readers think of Kensington Palace's response? Why did it take so long to respond? Is it really plausible that the Princess of Wales was simply having an "experiment with editing"?

Let us know what you think.

Stuart Bruce | PR Futurist  


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