Deepfake: Your throat can be "hacked"

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Ben Cunningham, Director of Product Marketing

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As Artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more sophisticated, online tricksters have started leveraging machine learning techniques to tamper with audio and video to create very convincing fake content, now popularly known as “deepfakes.” With recent examples such as the Jennifer Lawrence and Steve Buscemi face swap during the Golden Globes press conference to Google’s addition of John Legend’s voice for the Google Assistant - these synthesized examples seem fun and harmless, but foreshadow the ways AI and machine learning can be weaponized for political and fraudulent purposes. During the same conference Google announced that John Legend was lending his voice to the Google Assistant, Google demonstrated the full power of WaveNet and their speech synthesis technology with Duplex – an AI assistant that had near-speech parity to that of a human by training a system on 24.6 hours of speech. With these tools now widely available, it’s looking more and more like a “Hack your throat” technique will be the attack of the future. In this new race of information vs. misinformation, what will new fakes and data breaches look like, and how will you defend against those types of attacks? Join this webinar to see and hear how a Deep Fake works as well as learn the types of strategies and technology organizations must consider implementing to stay ahead of these threats.

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