An Optimistic View of Deep Fakes. The Technology Isn’t Evil
Alright, hey guys, Mark Phillips with SimpliSpoken back for another SimpliSpoken on Voice Daily Flash Briefing. And today we’re back talking about an article that was recently released from TechCrunch. And it was kind of a contrarian view called an optimistic view of deep fakes. And so many of you will be well aware that folks are a little bit concerned that it’s easy to mimic someone and fake images or voice content or to basically be able to, in a sense, misrepresent what that person would actually say or do. And so it’s interesting, this contrarian article kind of brings to the conversation, the view that, you know, a lot of Tom’s these, this capability that goes into this is actually not a bad thing, it’s a good thing to be able to actually extend art and it’s a good, it’s a good thing to be able to actually figure out how to use that as a powerful tool for creators. So it’s kind of interesting in their course, a couple of companies that do it pretty well, replica eyes and beta, there’s a release feature, there’s some of the the companies are actually doing that to help folks that have lost their, their speech or can’t speak well, to have a voice again, so that I think there are some The thing that I think philosophically is interesting about the fakes and the technology and capabilities that go into deep fakes, at least is the underlying technology that go into the production of that deep faith type of thing is not necessarily a bad thing. So if we, we have the ability to use some of that for for good. And so that is kind of interesting, exciting, and an interesting kind of a contrarian view that we don’t see a lot so I thought we’d just bring that to the VoiceFirst community. Alright guys, this is the SimpliSpoken on Voice Daily Flash Briefing, please do hop over to the skill store and give us a good review. Thanks.