Gymnast Dunnes AI spot raises questions about NIL ethics
- “I’m not saying that student-athletes endorsing it is saying, ‘Don’t learn.’ So there’s obviously a lot more to discuss and uncover there.”Dunne’s social media following numbers around 7 million on TikTok and more than 3 million on Instagram.
- Dunne responded by posting a request on her social media accounts that fans be respectful of the other gymnasts at her meets.LSU, meanwhile, arranged for additional security for Dunne at subsequent events.
- At LSU, our professors and students are empowered to use technology for learning and pursuing the highest standards of academic integrity,” the LSU statement read.
- Through Chan, Dunne declined to speak with The Associated Press.Dunne recently returned to competition at Alabama, scoring 9.825 on an uneven bars routine in which she stuck the landing.
- The 20-year-old from Hillsdale, New Jersey, is believed to have the largest social media audience of any NCAA athlete.
- Her NIL endorsement contracts, while not public, are estimated by multiple analysts who track such deals to be worth more than $3 million.
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