Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled out the use of iPad for view enlarged-in movie in The Kyle Rittenhouse trial, accepting the defense, claims that Apple’s artificial intelligence could manipulate the video to “create” something that “isn’t necessarily there.”
As accused of murder Rittenhouse took the position on On Wednesday, his lawyers opposed the pinch-to-zoom of an Apple iPad feature, arguing that the tech the giant’s artificial intelligence and algorithms would distort the image when displaying an enhanced image view of surveillance footage.
“[iPads] use artificial intelligence, or their logarithms [sic], to create what they believe is happening. So this is not in actually an enhanced video, this is Apple iPad programming creating what he thinks is there, not what necessarily there is “, defense attorney Mark Richards said.
Kyle Rittenhouse defense attorney Mark Richards opposes playing video surveillance of the first shoot because Apple “uses artificial intelligence to create what they believe is happening.” Richards also admits that he does not understand the technology “at all.” photo.twitter.com / lIUfOMY3Xh
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The objection came as the prosecution was preparing to play movie showing the sequence of events which led Rittenhouse to fatally shoot Joseph Rosenbaum during the violent protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last August.
Although Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger argued that the zoom function was commonly used and did not alter the image, Schroeder disagreed and said it was a “tall risk” situation. He noted that the burden of the test has fallen on the accusation – not the defense – to back up his claim.
The judge appears in attuned to the idea that the zoom in a video is “adding pixels” and then altering the content, and tells the prosecutor that he “doesn’t believe” it is like using a magnifying glass – he wants an expert to testify. ? #Rittenhousephoto.twitter.com / SP54FKWu41
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“Is it the image? in her virginal state? “ Schroeder asked, suggesting a back-and-forward with the continuation. He then rejected the prosecution’s request for an update and ordered a 15 minute break, suggesting that Binger use time to find an expert who could testify the zoom-in video accuracy.
When the hearing resumed, the jury had to attend the original, clips not enhanced on a machine hooked up up on a large TV in the courtroom.
Rittenhouse, 18, is facing six charges, including one of first- degree of voluntary homicide. He took the position on Wednesday, hoping to convince the jury that he was acting in himself-defense when he killed 36-year-old Rosenbaum and 26-year-old Anthony Huber, and wounded 27-year-the old Gaige Grosskreutz.
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