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sportdog.dr | Notis Sfakianakis was taken to hospital

sportdog.dr |  Notis Sfakianakis was taken to hospital

What happened in the last 24 hours with the Greek singer and where is he currently?

Notis Sfakianakis has not been so lucky in recent days. Despite constantly hearing his name on television, he does not want to appear anywhere.

But what happened? The day before yesterday, Sfakianakis left Asklepion Vola with a broken leg. As we read in Downtown Magazine, the popular singer, who had been out of sight for two years, was hospitalized after collapsing inside his home.

In fact, based on doctors' instructions for the next three weeks, he must remain bedridden until he fully recovers!

Notis Sfakianakis and Stamatis Gonidis have both been victims of online fraud.

As Stamatis Jonidis revealed in his post, a song is circulating on the Internet in which he and Notis Sfakianakis appear singing a duet in honor of Vassilis Karas. This product released is created by artificial intelligence and does not correspond to reality.

“Friends, please pay attention. A song is circulating on the Internet in which my beloved Notis Sfakianakis and I are presented as an alleged duet in honor of Vassilis Krass. He is a product of artificial intelligence. (Amnesty International cover). They have cloned our voices. I was never involved and I do not support this. It is “Shame that so many smart people are using our names without our permission for their own benefit. I reserve all my legal rights. I'm sorry, Stamatis.”

Giorgos Liagas mentioned this particular incident today and said that we will face absolute immorality in the coming years with artificial intelligence. “What will happen in the coming period with the notorious artificial intelligence and what debauchery we will live in in the coming period. And I am convinced by the perfection of artificial intelligence that you are not an elephant. Some clever people put the voices of Jonidis and Sfakianakis in a duet dedicated to the memory of Vassilis Karas. If you listen to it, it sounds as if Jonidis and Sfakianakis sing it so naturally…Guys, it's shocking.”

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