In a world where familiarity brings comfort and security, the rise of Deepfake technology poses a concerning threat.

The voices of loved ones, colleagues, and trusted figures have long served as pillars of reassurance in our lives. However, the emergence of audio deepfakes, also known as voice cloning, challenges this sense of safety by enabling the replication of any person’s voice with alarming accuracy. This technological advancement presents significant risks to individuals, businesses, and society as a whole.

Read the full article on audio deepfakes written by Manuel Werka on the Public Exposure blog

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