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To my knowledge, both of these particular projects are still a ways away from being used in any practical sense, let alone succeed at deceiving anyone.

You are right that we'll have to worry about this soon though. Likewise, verifying the identify of people we think we're talking to over video calls for example.




I would use this (the audio tech from the OP) for some edge cases in film production right now. It would also be easy to combine this with Twilio and a chatbot to scam people over the phone.




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