My experiment with an AI voice cloning app produced chilling results… DailyMail.com tests app replicating President Joe Biden’s speech to deceive voters in New Hampshire

My experiment with an AI voice cloning app produced chilling results… DailyMail.com tests app replicating President Joe Biden’s speech to deceive voters in New Hampshire

It captured everything from the way I tend to ‘Umm’ and ‘Aah’ between words to the way I raise my voice when asking a question

New Hampshire citizens were given an unusual phone call instructing them to avoid the primary election, and while it appeared to be Joe Biden on the other end, it was a replica of his voice created by AI.
An unidentified swindler exploited the Eleven Labs app to duplicate Biden’s voice for the assault last month – I experimented with the app to determine how credible an AI-cloned voice truly is.
The AI-simulated voice deceived a friend into believing a message was genuinely from me.
‘Why did you send me a voice note,’ my friend responded to the message. ‘You normally just email – but it’s nice to hear from you!’
My father also confessed the counterfeit voice would have tricked him and when my wife heard a brief message and said, ‘Oh my God, I want to throw it off a bridge.’
I’ve heard about such apps before, but perhaps naively had assumed that the clones would always have giveaways and telltale signs – whereas with this voice I am 100 percent convinced I could deceive everyone from close family to friends to colleagues.
Using the Eleven Labs app mandates a 10-minute audio recording of your voice – but the more fed to the AI, the more accurate it becomes.
The results captured everything about my tone and word usage: how I tend to say ‘umm’ and ‘aah’ between words and how I increase my pitch when asking questions.
It captured everything from the way I tend to ‘Umm’ and ‘Aah’ between words to the way I raise my voice when asking a question

It captured everything from the way I tend to ‘Umm’ and ‘Aah’ between words to the way I raise my voice when asking a question

The assault in New Hampshire employed the identical app to inform residents: ‘Voting this Tuesday only enables the Republicans in their quest to elect Donald Trump again. Your vote makes a difference in November, not this Tuesday,’ victims heard on the phone.’
What’s alarming is that the recordings can be generated in real-time, so I could effortlessly engage in a conversation or execute a phony message campaign like what occurred last month.
For example, I could call my father and ask him to transfer me money in an emergency.
Furthermore, anyone can use the app against me to mimic my voice to carry out fraud under my identity.

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