Friday, 6 September 2019

Thieves are now using AI deepfakes to trick companies into sending them money

quote [ So AI crimes are a thing now. ]

Cuttin' and choppin' with their fake ass voice-o's
[SFW] [science & technology] [+3]
[by ScoobySnacks@8:54amGMT]


conception said @ 6:05pm GMT on 6th Sep [Score:1 Underrated]
This is the most cyberpunk thing I've seen a while. Awesome in its terribleness and implications for the future. You think old people are being scammed for money from their "Grandchildren" needing help now? Whew!
5th Earth said @ 10:30pm GMT on 6th Sep [Score:1 Underrated]
My voice is my passport. Verify me.
lilmookieesquire said @ 7:46pm GMT on 6th Sep
Ya I was gonna say this is pretty cyberpunk.

Hey Dad, I need 100k for lunch money thanks.
satanspenis666 said @ 3:05pm GMT on 7th Sep
What kind of company allows someone to wire out $200k on a phone call, without any sort of secondary verification. Seems more like a company policy issue to me.
lilmookieesquire said @ 5:27pm GMT on 7th Sep
Not the same but someone sent a check with my name on it to our payroll and ask them to deposit my paychecks to a bank in Ny. They even took the time to get an email address with my first and last name. I thought it was clever. Luckily payroll wasn’t entirely stupid.
mechanical contrivance said @ 1:07pm GMT on 9th Sep
Maybe the same kind of company that allows someone to accidentally transfer a trillion dollars out of an account instead of a trillion Turkish lira.

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