AI Audio: Chatbots Clone Real Voices and Fuel Misinformation


Social media is exploding with deepfakes. Sophisticated new tools can clone real voices to create AI audio that can fool listeners and spread disinformation. 

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TikTok has blown up with voices added to AI-generated videos. ChatGPT creates humanlike writing and services like Midjourney generate instant images and art. 

In the digital age, the lines between what’s real and what’s not are becoming increasingly blurred. 

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) audio technology has opened up new frontiers in creating convincing fake audio content. As this technology gains traction, companies like ElevenLabs have unveiled a suite of tools designed to harness AI voices for various applications.

 These developments, however, are not without their controversies, as they have given rise to a new battleground for online misinformation. Chatbots, powered by AI-generated audio, have become a potent force in amplifying disinformation, posing a significant threat as we approach the 2024 election.

The Emergence of Chatbots Powered by AI Audio

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