It seems like each day, we hear a new story about how voices built with AI can be used for good (for example, for making education more accessible and engaging) and also for more nefarious purposes (such as, for impersonating someone without their consent).
More and more, the tech community is talking about Generative AI. But what is the business case for it, specifically for Generative AI Voice? And what is the best way to scale this technology for all kinds of apps and products? We hosted a conversation with our Chief Revenue Officer and top API engineer to discuss the potential of WellSaid API.
If you’re looking for the best text-to-speech API available, you’ve probably heard some REALLY bad AI voices. In the past, synthetic voice technology delivered robotic, rigid, and sometimes comical sounding voices. Unfortunately, this limited the ability to use artificial voice that would be a net positive to the user experience.
WellSaid Labs API is part of a growing ecosystem of generative AI advancements that have helped synthetic voice approach human parity. Read on for important factors in synthetic voice API.
As Generative AI continues to make news, leaders in the industry map out the frontrunners to watch. More and more categories emerge, and Conversational AI is the latest area to receive a landscape map from the Project Voice team.
Anyone who follows news in AI tech knows that there has been a lot of buzz about OpenAI’s research release of ChatGPT. This powerful chatbot delivers results to all kinds of queries in a conversational, humanlike way. The implications for a vast number of use cases are impressive. However, they become even more exciting with the possible addition of synthetic voice.
Over 50% of businesses report that their business has adopted artificial intelligence (AI) in at least one business function. It’s a matter of time until that number hits a virtual 100%.
Don’t believe us? In this blog post, we address this game-changing emerging field. We include the benefits of AI tools, popular examples to consider, and limitations to be aware of. Keep reading to become a believer.
A unified brand identity is more important than ever in our new immersive experiences and synthetic voice or voice cloning are powerful tools. Marketing services or products through a single channel no longer makes the cut; successful companies reach customers through podcasts, banner ads, social media posts, sponsored content, and more.
With so many different ways to find new audiences and buyers, brands need a recognizable and consistent identity. And because these massively popular new mediums are audio-only — like podcasts or music-streaming services — it’s not enough to only have a good logo or visual design.
What is the next iteration of lifelike AI voice? Are we pricing and packaging our tools the best way? How should we grow the team for our changing needs?
We ask ourselves questions like these all the time, but sometimes the discussion is better in person. That’s why we decided to gather our increasingly remote team together in WellSaid’s hometown of Seattle, Washington. In person, we were able to connect and focus on the most important question we ask: How do we better serve our customers?