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Scarlett Johansson attacks OpenAI over ChatGPT plagiarism

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May21,2024

Scarlett Johansson is not happy, and the company OpenAI is now suffering the costs. Users should even find themselves deprived of a functionality. flagship ofChatGPT for a while, and we'll explain why.

Scarlett Johansson attacks OpenAI ; cause of ChatGPT plagiarism

when Chatgpt steals scarlett johansson's voice

Actress, screenwriter, producer and director aged 39, Scarlett Johansson has proven herself in all fields, and she is an essential figure in Hollywood and cinema in general. She is also known for not giving in, and notably sued Marvel after the filmBlack Widowwas put online on Disney+ earlier than expected.

She proves once again that you should not do anything with your image, and in this case with her voice.Scarlett Johansson accuses the company OpenAI and its general director Sam Altman of having “plagiarized” his voice to attribute it to; Sky, ChatGPT's voice assistant.The firm claims to have been inspired by the voices of several actresses, but this Monday, it nevertheless announced: that she will change Sky's voice.

Scarlett Johansson attacks OpenAI over ChatGPT plagiarism

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“Shocked”“angry”… In a press release published this Monday, Scarlett Johansson explains that she had a particularly bad experience with the discovery of the voice attributed to her. ChatGPT by OpenAI, “[which looks]so eerily like [his] that [his] closest friends and the media couldn't tell the difference ;rence”. What pushed him? &àgrave; call on his lawyers is thatthe boss of OpenAI had asked him to do so. permission to use her voice for Sky, which she had refused.To avoid any legal problems following the publication of the press release by Scarlett Johansson, the company announced that the use of Sky should be suspended for an indefinite period.

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<p>While waiting for Sky's voice to be changed by OpenAI, <strong>Scarlett Johansson insisted recall the danger represented by “deepfakes”, these video and/or audio recordings made; thanks to AI..</p>
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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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