Here's how AI-powered deepfake audio can fool you

Vice Dean for Student and Academic Affairs Nasir Memon commented on a recent study showing that deepfaked audio can deceive human listeners approximately 25 percent of the time: "It used to be that 'seeing is believing.’ Now, with deepfakes, that is no longer true. The notion of identity is important in society. Identity is essential for communicating and collaborating with other people, and we associate identity with audio features.”