AI-generated deepfake voices can fool both humans and smart assistants

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Software that mimics a person's voice can be freely downloaded and can fool people as well as voice-activated tools like smart home assistants.

Deepfake software is a type of artificial intelligence that alters videos and photographs. It maps one person's face onto another. This makes security researchers more concerned.

Emily Wenger, University of Chicago, and her colleagues wanted audio versions of these tools to be investigated. These tools generate realistic English speech using a sample of the voice of an individual.


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