Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is developing increasingly rapidly. However, this actually raises new concerns.
In some cases, this technology is misused to the point of causing losses. This is also a concern for a number of public figures, including Keira Knightley.
The 38 year old actress plans to copyright her face, Bunda. He did this amidst recent protests by a number of artists and writers because AI technology has replaced a number of human actors’ roles, especially in the field of voice over.
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“Currently for artists, the focus is on the voice. They are trying to protect the voice acting industry,” said Keira, quoted by the Daily Mail.
“I don’t know how it will turn out, but I imagine the next step is to copyright my face,” added the British actress.
According to Keira, artificial intelligence technology could trigger disasters in the future if it continues to be exploited.
“AI has the potential to be a disaster and I hope the government can take action and regulate it,” said the Pride & Prejudice film star.
Several studios and streaming services such as Amazon, Netflix, and Apple have proposed using AI to replace humans with digital scanning. With this technology, an actor’s likeness can be superimposed on a stunt double.
A number of Hollywood actors and writers are now reportedly uniting in their first ‘double attack’ in more than 60 years. They vowed to protect every worker in this industry from being replaced by AI.
Apart from that, recently there have been many cases of celebrities being targeted by deepfake technology. This technology can use their voices and likenesses for everything from advertising, fake songs, to pornographic content.
This case happened to actor Bruce Willis, who was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in March last year, Bunda. His face was faked to appear in an advertisement in which he was strapped to a bomb on the back of a cruise ship and spoke with a Russian accent.
Keira Knightley, who recently starred in the film Boston Strangler, is determined not to let herself be abused by AI.
Artificial intelligence also raises concerns for parents. This technology is said to be dangerous for children. Read on the next page.
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