Despite the growing presence of deepfake voice fraud, Americans believe that they can to detect a CG-voice pretending to be a human voice.; Research by ID R&D published as biometric firm prepares to demo voice anti-spoofing solutions at CES
Despite the growing presence and impact of deepfake voice fraud, more than one-third of Americans were confident that they would be able to detect computer-generated voices pretending to be humans (36%), according to new survey results released today by ID R&D. Just 30% of Americans were not confident they would be able to detect the difference and prevent cybersecurity crimes.
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