The fake AI Scarlett Johansson is a reality check for Washington

 A public spat between Scarlett Johansson and OpenAI leads to a Washington debate about one of AI's scariest uses.   

 However, even an A-list celebrity may not be able to change Washington's Big Tech policy.  

 Johansson said she was “shocked, angered and in disbelief” because OpenAI's “Sky” artificial voice resembled hers.  

 OpenAI denied Sky was a Johansson copy but halted the voice.  

 “We are sorry to Ms. Johansson that we didn’t communicate better,” Open AI CEO Sam Altman told POLITICO.  

 Altman and his business have become Washington's AI industry's flag-bearers in the last year, selling,,,

 However, the recent spat between a famous actor and the most famous AI startup is raising concerns about the tech industry's reckless attitude to innovation.  

 Since generative AI became public, policymakers have worried about its ability to duplicate people without their consent.  

 The bipartisan NO FAKES Act, developed last year, would allow consumers to prosecute producers and distributors of unauthorized AI-generated digital copies.   

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