Lainey Wilson recently testified before Congress about the dangers of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it can be used to impersonate entertainers. She spoke about her own experience of being a victim of an AI-based scam, where her likeness was used in ads for weight loss gummies without her permission. Wilson emphasized the violation of personal rights and dignity that comes with this kind of misrepresentation, and warned against the potential for AI to strip people of their personal rights. She stressed the importance of protecting artists’ voices and likenesses as their property. Wilson is not the only artist to recently testify before Congress; Jelly Roll also addressed lawmakers about his experience with addiction and the fentanyl crisis in the U.S. Wilson and Jelly Roll will both be at the Grammy Awards, where their duet “Save Me” is nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. The documentary “The Jelly Roll: Save Me” on Hulu tells Jelly Roll’s life story and is shockingly honest about his struggles with addiction and other challenges.