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- The future of artificial intelligence in politics is already here. You just haven’t noticed it. That’s according to digital strategist Eric Wilson, managing partner at Startup Caucus, an incubator for Republican campaign tech. Wilson, who served as digital director for Marco Rubio’s 2016 campaign, has been using AI tools one way or another for years, starting with machine learning algorithms for social media and email spam filters, and is now watching the current wave of generative AI shape up as a potential disruptive force in this election cycle. Currently a senior vice president for strategy at the public affairs firm Bullpen Strategy Group, Wilson says the handful of AI-enhanced ads that have run in the opening stages of the 2024 race are just the tip of the iceberg. There’s already a lot of AI being deployed beneath the surface of politics, in less dramatic ways.
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