Siri could jeopardize the accounts of iPhone owners. Apple spotted it at the last minute

Apple planned to add the ability to pay for purchases using Siri. However, in the end, she abandoned this idea. This was reported by The Information.

The privacy policy prevents Siri from linking a person’s Apple ID to a voice request. The team working on the project did not find another way to securely authenticate users.

This is logical. Recently, we have seen hundreds of deepfakes of famous people that are difficult to identify by face, body movements, and in particular voice. For example, last fall, scammers created a deepfake of Oleg Tinkov and launched ads with him.

In addition, faces created by artificial intelligence are more trustworthy than real ones. Scientists from the University of Berkeley conducted an experiment in the year which revealed this. The same conclusion applies to the voice.

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