Anthony Bourdain’s widow Ottavia, critics slam new documentary for using AI to deepfake chef’s voice

“If it had been a human voice double I feel the response can be ‘huh, okay,’ however there’s one thing actually unsettling in regards to the concept of it coming from a pc — which is each a logical and illogical response!” she tweeted. “I feel the character of the movie — structurally, topically, and tonally — tempers my knee-jerk recoil to the concept of AI line readings. I don’t prefer it! However I don’t suppose my dislike makes it grotesque, opportunistic, or morally improper.”


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