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University of Florida researchers funded by the Office of Marine Research seem to have created the start of automated armor against the voice-thieving machines and published it to peers at the USENIX Security Symposium in August 2022 and wrote, published and copylefted (CC-BY-ND) the below article at on Tuesday 2022-09-20 titled “Deepfake audio has a tell – researchers use fluid dynamics to spot artificial imposter voices”

Amazing method and results from University of Florida scientists in 2022 against the menaces of digital sound-alikes / audio deepfakes

For more information on the struggle against the voice thieving machines please view the SSF! wiki timeline on synthetic human-like fakes, in this case digital sound-alikes (audio “deep fakes” or audio “deepfakes”)