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The ChatGPT ‘Sky’ assistant wasn’t a deliberate copy of Scarlett Johansson’s voice, OpenAI claims


OpenAI‘s high-profile run-in with Scarlett Johansson is turning into a sci-fi story to rival the move Her, and now it’s taken another turn, with OpenAI sharing documents and an updated blog post suggesting that its ‘Sky’ chatbot in the ChatGPT app wasn’t a deliberate attempt to copy the actress’s voice.

OpenAI preemptively pulled its ‘Sky’ voice option in the ChatGPT app on May 19, just before Scarlett Johansson publicly expressed her “disbelief” at how “eerily similar” it sounded to her own (in a statement shared with NPR). The actress also revealed that OpenAI CEO Sam Altman had previously approached her twice to license her voice for the app, and that she’d declined on both occasions. 



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