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The rising threat of voice fraud
Generative AI has turbocharged voice-related fraud. And it has just started.
Identity theft, media deepfakes, robocalling... taken to the next level.
AI: Voice cloning tech emerges in Sudan civil war
A campaign using artificial intelligence to impersonate Omar al-Bashir, the former leader of Sudan, has received hundreds of thousands of views on TikTok, adding online confusion to a country torn apart by civil war.
forbes.com › news
How AI Is Changing Social Engineering Forever
On the one hand, AI creators have facilitated incredibly fast adoption by equipping advanced AI chatbots (like Bard and ChatGPT) with the simplest consumer user interface known: a text window to query the machine with promp...
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How voice cloning through artificial intelligence is being used for scams | Explained
Voice clone fraud has been on the rise in India. A report published in May last year revealed that 47% of surveyed Indians have either been a victim or knew someone who had fallen prey to an AI generated voice scam.
timesofindia.com › articles
About 83% Indians have lost money in AI voice scams: Report
According to a report by McAfee, more than half (69%) of Indians think they don’t know or cannot tell the difference between an AI voice and real voice. Furthermore, about half (47%) of Indian adults have experienced or...
pcmag.com › news
Hacker Deepfakes Employee's Voice in Phone Call to Breach IT Company
Retool says social engineering, an AI deepfake, and a weakness in Google's Authenticator app helped the hacker breach the company last month...
cbs.com › news
Scammers use AI to mimic voices of loved ones in distress
Artificial intelligence is making phone scams more sophisticated — and more believable. Scam artists are now using the technology to clone voices, including those of friends and family....
wired.com › story
Deepfake Audio Is a Political Nightmare
British fact-checkers are racing to debunk a suspicious audio recording of UK opposition leader Keir Starmer.