A woman has gone viral online after joking she caught her boyfriend cheating using artificial intelligence.
Mia Dio claimed that she became concerned about her boyfriend acting strangely around her and decided to "investigate".
The 22-year-old, who posts online as @miadio, shared a clip of herself supposedly creating AI-generated audio clips of her boyfriend's voice to trick his pal into giving away his secrets.
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In the video, which gained more than 300,000 likes, Mia said: "I'm going to AI clone my boyfriend's voice, call his best friend and figure out if he lied to me about what he was doing last night.
"My boyfriend's been acting very weirdly. I opened up a voice cloning software and imported voicemails that my boyfriend has left and I typed in a script of what I want my boyfriend to tell his friend."
She then played the "final product" which was a clip of her boyfriend saying: "Hey man, what's up? I don't know. Are you alone?"
"That sounds exactly like him," she declared.
"I'm going to use his iPad to FaceTime audio. Call his friend and see if his friend confirms what they were doing last night."
She then proceeded to have a "call" with her boyfriend's friend posing as her partner with the clips, having a casual chat about the night before.
One of the clips said: "I don't remember much from last night. I don't know why I feel weird. What did I do, dude?"
To which, the pal replied: "You got fucking shitfaced at Mc Denton's last night and you picked up some random sorority girl from UT and made out with her in front of everyone."
Mia was then seen wiping away tears telling fans she was going to confront him.
TikTok users took to the comments stunned by her method, with one user writing: "The beginning of a new era."
Another said: "I’m really sorry you have to go through this. You are pretty and smart, you deserve better for sure."
A third commented: "If you need to do all that sis, move on, check please, next!"
But it has since emerged that it was all a prank on her 5.2million followers and there was no cheating at all.
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