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Words From the Afterlife: The ‘Deepfake’ Voice Cloning Debate

Morgan Neville gave a synthetic voice to Anthony Bourdain’s lost words and a bone of contention was reborn.

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Much has been written about ‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’ since its first broadcast, and with good reason. By all accounts, it’s a deeply moving piece whose subject was…

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Barry Taylor

Barry Taylor

Hi! I’m a Berlin-based Irishman waiting on an epiphany. I ramble about hiking, travel, films, and sometimes, my American curiosities. Edit: Still waiting.

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