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24 May 2024NewsArtificial IntelligenceMarisa Woutersen

Why Scarlett Johansson's objection to ChatGPT's 'eerily similar' voice is a rallying cry

The actress’ anger reflects deep concern over AI’s ability to replicate actors' likeness, and the need for clarity over legal protections, reports Marisa Woutersen.

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