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    Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    It will offer new voice design, real-time generation, and emotional control too.
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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Did they really have to use Donald Trump? I hate that voice just as much as I hate that face. I'd rather hear the likes of Brando, Monroe, Bacall, Connery or Walken extolling the virtues of Lyrebird.

    They suggest ethical use and and yet they gave it a name that's a homophone of Liar-bird. Hmmm.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Doh! Of course they used Trump, that tweeting liar-bird.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Brian Blessed.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by devBunny View Post
    They suggest ethical use and and yet they gave it a name that's a homophone of Liar-bird. Hmmm.
    It's just named after the bird which inspired the software - they almost had no choice but, to give it credit

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    the Lyrebird is the worlds greatest mimic...



    Isn't salad what food eats??

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by devBunny View Post
    Did they really have to use Donald Trump? I hate that voice just as much as I hate that face. I'd rather hear the likes of Brando, Monroe, Bacall, Connery or Walken extolling the virtues of Lyrebird.

    They suggest ethical use and and yet they gave it a name that's a homophone of Liar-bird. Hmmm.
    They also used Obama and Clinton, who aren't exactly known for their honesty. They are, after all, politicians..

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by MaddAussie View Post
    the Lyrebird is the worlds greatest mimic...
    Saw that. Never came across one in the Bush though.
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Oh crap, well that's all radio comms screwed for any military sense isn't it. "hi soldier X this is general Y I order you to...."

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by TeePee View Post
    They also used Obama and Clinton, who aren't exactly known for their honesty. They are, after all, politicians..
    Great defence of Trumpo there, TP. Yet Trump is sulphuric acid to Obama's lemon juice. The are, after all, bad for your teeth when you drink them. ;-)

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by devBunny View Post
    Great defence of Trumpo there, TP. Yet Trump is sulphuric acid to Obama's lemon juice. The are, after all, bad for your teeth when you drink them. ;-)
    Both are about as dishonest as each other. Trump is just significantly more incompetent. This is a good thing.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by TeePee View Post
    Both are about as dishonest as each other. Trump is just significantly more incompetent. This is a good thing.
    Given the choice between a dishonest plumber and a dishonest incompetent plumber i know which one I'd choose.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Given the choice between a dishonest plumber and a dishonest incompetent plumber i know which one I'd choose.
    Given a choice between a dishonest murderer and a dishonest incompetent murderer, I know which one I'd choose.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    Oh crap, well that's all radio comms screwed for any military sense isn't it. "hi soldier X this is general Y I order you to...."
    Point 1: Failure to follow correct radio protocols = Fake.
    Point 2: Failure to use correct radio prowords = Fake.
    Point 3: "Hello General, this is Soldier X. Authenticate Charley. Over" - Incorrect response = Fake.

    Plus a few other cool tricks to avoid getting your comms hijacked.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

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    Quote Originally Posted by devBunny View Post
    Great defence of Trumpo there, TP. Yet Trump is sulphuric acid to Obama's lemon juice. The are, after all, bad for your teeth when you drink them. ;-)
    Both are about as dishonest as each other.
    That's a dishonest assessment, TP. If you don't know that then there's no use knocking on your skull and waiting for a smart guy to come out and say hello. ;-)

    Trump is just significantly more incompetent. This is a good thing.
    But there's no disputing Trump's incompetence.

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    Re: Lyrebird can 'copy the voice of anyone' in a minute

    Quote Originally Posted by devBunny View Post
    That's a dishonest assessment, TP. If you don't know that then there's no use knocking on your skull and waiting for a smart guy to come out and say hello. ;-)



    But there's no disputing Trump's incompetence.
    You're accusing me of being dishonest for sharing my opinion that you think is stupid? But if it's my opinion, then how is it dishonest? You can say you disagree with it, but accusing me of dishonesty is nonsensical. But I wouldn't expect logical discourse on politics from anyone who has picked a side.

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