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I remember people on the forum talking about how AI voice overs weren't very good (quality-wise) etc. and I think even Fiverr complains when gig videos use an AI/computer generated voice that was obviously computer generated (they may deny a gig video for that I think). There were thread(s) also talking about how someone was talking about the risk of someone using AI voice overs (eg. where they could create a natural sounding voice over with a relatively short sample of the seller's voice - eg. not needing hours of samples). Though now Fiverr have an "AI voice audition" option in the voice over section that's in beta. It doesn't show for all VO gigs. Maybe it's just a few of them. What are people's thoughts on that? It allows you to enter part of a script (up to 100 characters) and you can then play the AI VO output based on that seller's voice (I assume it's been trained on audio samples from the seller). Surely if people thought it was good quality and it's not got an audio watermark people could use it and copy it somehow without paying (so it could be a risk) - eg. entering their script 100 characters at a time and playing it. Also if people thought it was good enough quality couldn't it be a risk to VO sellers (ie. it could be promoting AI voice overs)? And if it's not good quality couldn't it be presenting the VO seller badly (eg. make a buyer less likely to buy)?