Open AI creates and uses the voice of Scarlett Johansson, actress: I'm shocked

Open AI creates and uses the voice of Scarlett Johansson, actress: I'm

Actress Scarlett Johansson is at the center of a story related to technology and her identity. She made strong statements about OpenAI's use of her voice for ChatGPT 4.0, although she had declined their request to provide her voice.

Johansson said she was offered to lend her voice to the ChatGPT 4.0 system, but declined for personal reasons. However, OpenAI used her voice to create a chatbot, causing concern and controversy about the voice's realism. The company stated that the voice called "Sky" was not an imitation of Johansson's voice and was chosen before the actress was contacted.

“When I heard the demo released, I was shocked, outraged by Altman's disloyalty that he would create a voice that sounded so eerily similar to my own that my closest friends and my media couldn't tell the difference. Altman even hinted that the resemblance was intentional, tweeting the single word 'her' (her) - a reference to my film. At a time when we are all struggling with "deepfakes" and protecting our likeness, our work, our identity, I believe these are questions that deserve absolute clarity. I look forward to the transparent solution and the adoption of appropriate legislation to help ensure the protection of individual rights", the actress wrote in the statement.

The case brings into focus deep questions about identity and security in the age of AI technology. These concerns are reinforced by previous cases of technology being used to fake celebrity voices for various purposes, including disinformation and social media hoaxes.

As voice-imitation technology advances rapidly, growing security concerns are likely to lead to calls for stronger regulations and transparency in the use of AI technology.

The case also raises questions about OpenAI's practices and how it develops its technology, raising questions about the transparency and security of its AI products.