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Scarlett Johansson shocked by AI chatbot that imitates her voice


Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson is "shocked" and "upset" because OpenAI has launched a chatbot that sounds "eerily similar" to her voice, the BBC reports. When a new model of the chatbot was revealed last week, called Sky, many were quick to draw comparisons between the chatbot's voice and Johansson's voice in the 2013 film Her. On Monday, OpenAI announced that it would broadcast the voice, insisting it would not be an "imitation" of the star's voice. However, Johansson accused the company and its founder, Sam Altman, of deliberately copying his voice. "When I heard the released demo, I was shocked, angry and couldn't believe that Mr. Altman used a voice that sounded so similar to mine," he wrote. she, "Mr. Altman even hinted that the resemblance was intentional, tweeting 'Her,' which is a reference to the movie in which I voiced Samantha, a chat system who becomes intimate with a human," the actress said. , that Altman reached out to him in September to voice the new chatbot: "Mr. Altman told me that he believed that by giving voice to the system, I could bridge the gap between tech companies and creators and help consumers feel comfortable with humans and AI. "He said he felt my voice would comfort people," Johansson wrote. But the actress turned down the offer for personal reasons. She added that two days before the Sky chatbot was launched, Altman contacted her agent and urged Johansson to reconsider her initial refusal to work with the company. In a statement provided to the BBC by Open AI. , however, Altman denied that the company was trying to imitate Johansson's voice.