The New York Times reports on artificial intelligence-based technology raising the dead and the privacy concerns that come with these deployments. Concerns were raised when the use of dead people's voices and likeness via AI ramped up. The most recent dilemma concerned a biopic on deceased chef Anthony Bourdain that used AI to allow Bourdain's voice to narrate portions of the film. From a U.S. perspective, there is no regulation to prohibit the use of such personal information belonging to dead people. Editor's note: The Privacy Advisor recently published the article, "The birth of postmortem privacy."
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