Automatic Speaker Verification Systems Can Be Fooled by Disguising Your Voice

Such systems are used to build evidence in criminal cases, and grant access to personal informationIllustration: Getty Images

Automatic speaker verification (ASV) systems are sometimes used to grant access to sensitive information and identify suspects in a court of law. Increasingly, they are being baked into consumer devices, such as Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home, to respond to person-specific commands, such as “play my music” or “read my email.”

But such systems make...

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