Scarlett Johansson Accuses OpenAI of Cloning Her Voice

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Scarlet Johansson has raised concerns over OpenAI allegedly cloning her voice without consent for their latest ChatGPT project. The actress, known for her roles in blockbuster films, revealed her shock and anger at the company’s actions.

According to Johansson, she declined an offer from OpenAI’s Sam Altman to voice the ChatGPT 4.0 system last September due to personal reasons. However, less than a year later, a new system named ‘Sky’ was released, featuring a voice remarkably similar to hers.

In response, Johansson hired legal counsel to address the situation, prompting OpenAI to agree to take down the voice in question. The actress expressed her disbelief at the situation, emphasizing her discomfort with the use of her voice without permission.

This incident has sparked a debate about the ethics of voice cloning and the rights of individuals to control the use of their likeness. OpenAI’s actions have raised questions about the boundaries of technology and the need for greater transparency and consent in AI development.

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Aryan Sharma
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