Hi-Rez Studios, the people behind Paladins and Smite, have stated that they will be using AI to clone voices and refused to add in any words to contracts that would protect actors from it

Twitter thread in the link
Henry Schrader:

So, to anyone who doesn't know, Hi-Rez Studios, the people behind Paladins and Smite, have stated that they will be using AI to clone voices and refused to add in any words to contracts that would protect actors from it. More info in the thread. Please share to other VAs.

wave_walnut,
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Is there a provision for paying the actor's family a performance fee each time he or she performs in a synthetic voice after his or her death?

Gorejelly,
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This is the most on-brand and least surprising post I’ve seen today.

verysoft,

HiRez being scummy? Well I never, thats not like them at all....

aegisgfx877,
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Tribes.. thats all I need to say

parrot-party,
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Yeah, the could release the best game ever made and I'd still avoid it.

Infiltrated_ad8271,
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They are scammers who do not comply with the law, these unethical practices are minor things to them.

NotTheOnlyGamer,
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Cool. Now I really want to play Smite. If only it were available without DRM.

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