Artificial intelligence company Deesa have created a voice similator that sounds like podcaster Joe Rogan. His voice is unmistakable, and yet we can't tell the difference.
We've put together the full picture here, using most relevant intel from around the Internet today.
Keep reading for the full story on how robots are basically poised to take over. We're kidding. (Sort of.)
Give it a look and let us know: How do you feel about it?
"In recent years, eerily accurate deepfake videos have gotten a lot of press, but automated voice replication has been quietly sliding into the uncanny valley as well."
Tulsi Gabbard says she would drop Julian Assange charges and pardon Edward Snowden https://t.co/A0sVzFUXBS— Newsweek (@Newsweek) May 15, 2019
Tulsi's interview on Joe Rogan has over 1 million views in less than two days. People dismiss Rogan's political influence at their own peril. He's basically Johnny Carson on steroids for the YouTube era— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) May 15, 2019
What People Are Saying About Artificial intelligence and Joe Rogan
This Joe Rogan Deep Fake has to be the most realistic AI voice clone I’ve ever heard. pic.twitter.com/akWt8RWxge— ERIK FIN (@erikfinman) May 17, 2019
More Than 9K People Are Talking About This
Use Artificial Intelligence(AI) to solve challenges faced by India:Requested ministries to identify projects where AI can be leveraged for social development & inclusive growth. Focus sectors are healthcare, agriculture, education, smart cities , transportation & smart mobility.— Amitabh Kant (@amitabhk87) May 16, 2019
Paired with facial recognition and artificial intelligence, 5G could make anonymity a historical artifact. https://t.co/GOpMk14Bmj— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) May 17, 2019
People Have A Lot Of Feelings About Artificial intelligence And Joe Rogan
Why Would Anyone Pay for College When You Can Listen to Every Episode of Joe Rogan’s Podcast for Free? https://t.co/s9QQHp7TaR— The Hard Times (@REALpunknews) May 16, 2019
#NITIAayog CEO @amitabhk87 urges central ministries and states to identify key projects where #ArtificialIntelligence could be adopted to resolve problems in areas like health, education and agriculture. #AIforAllhttps://t.co/l7lIV7jCCT— NITI Aayog (@NITIAayog) May 16, 2019
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