1. Amazon demonstrates Alexa mimicking the voice of a deceased relative  CNBC
  2. Alexa will soon be able to read stories as your dead grandma  TechCrunch
  3. Amazon's Alexa may soon start speaking like anyone you want  Hindustan Times
  4. Amazon has a plan to make Alexa mimic anyone's voice  Reuters
  5. Amazon plans to make Alexa mimic anyone's voice  Gulf News
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At its annual re:Mars conference today in Las Vegas, Amazon’s Senior Vice President and Head Scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced a spate of new and upcoming features for the company’s smart assistant. The most head turning of the bunch was a potential new feature that can synthesize short audio clips into longer speech. In […]At its annual re:Mars conference today in Las Vegas, Amazon’s Senior Vice President and Head Scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced a spate of new and upcoming features for the company’s smart assistant. The most head turning of the bunch was a potential new feature that can synthesize short audio clips into longer speech. In […]

Alexa will soon be able to read stories as your dead grandma – TechCrunch

The uncanny valley of the future doesn't just feature lifelike robots; it also includes deep faked voices.The uncanny valley of the future doesn't just feature lifelike robots; it also includes deep faked voices.

Amazon Alexa Wants to Deepfake Your Grandma

Amazon says it wants to "make memories last" - but the technology wades into a controversial area with the potential for abuse. Amazon says it wants to "make memories last" - but the technology wades into a controversial area with the potential for abuse.

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