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Imran Khan’s Viral AI-Crafted victory Speech Goes Viral

Imran Khan's Viral AI-Crafted victory Speech Goes Viral

ISLAMABAD – Imran Khan’s imprisoned prime ministerial tenure took an unexpected turn as his party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), staged a remarkable comeback in the recent general elections. Despite Khan’s incarceration, the PTI founder conveyed gratitude to his supporters through an AI-generated victory speech.

Amidst speculation both in Pakistan and globally about the prospective premier, Khan’s party released a speech crafted by advanced technology. In this AI-generated address, the former cricketer expressed appreciation for the trust his supporters placed in him. Khan, at the age of 71, highlighted the failure of the London plan and pointed out that a significant number of independent candidates endorsed by his party were leading in the race for National Assembly seats.

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The technologically-driven speech featured a montage of Khan’s clips, capturing his distinctive style as he commenced his address. According to the PTI founder, his party was leading in 170 seats of the National Assembly (lower house).

In a tweet, Imran Khan shared the AI version of his victory speech, emphasizing the unprecedented fightback from the nation that led to PTI’s landslide victory in the 2024 General Elections.

Firing a fresh salvo at rivals, Khan questioned why PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif was delivering a victory speech when his party lagged behind Tehreek-e-Insaf. This instance wasn’t the first time Khan utilized voice clone technology to communicate with his supporters.

AI had previously played a role in Khan’s political campaigns, making headlines in international media with its involvement in creating startling revelations for the PTI leader. The use of artificial intelligence in political communication became a notable aspect of Khan’s strategy, contributing to the narrative surrounding his party’s success in the recent elections.