Motor racing-German magazine apologises to Schumacher family, fires editor

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(Reuters) – The publishers of a German magazine that ran an ‘interview’ with Michael Schumacher generated by artificial intelligence have sacked the editor and apologised to the Formula One great’s family. Seven-times World champion Schumacher, now 54, has not been seen in public since he suffered a serious brain injury in a skiing accident on a family holiday in the French Alps in December 2013. His family said this week that they were planning legal action against weekly magazine Die Aktuelle, owned by the Essen-based Funke media group. Funke apologised in a statement on their connection . “Thi…

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