OpenAI continues to cause "fever" with AI that can "imitate" voices in just 15 seconds

 According to The Information, Apple and OpenAI have been secretly negotiating since mid-2023 about integrating OpenAI's artificial intelligence (AI) technology into iOS 18.

This agreement is expected to significantly upgrade Apple's virtual assistant Siri, making Siri smarter, capable of handling complex questions and can even become a chatbot on the iPhone.

However, this partnership has made Microsoft, a major OpenAI partner, concerning. Microsoft is worried that Apple's use of OpenAI's AI technology will create direct competition with its AI products, especially Microsoft Copilot.

Microsoft is worried because of the partnership between Apple and OpenAI.

In addition, Microsoft also expressed concern that server demand will skyrocket when Apple launches new AI features on iPhone and iPad. This could put pressure on Microsoft's server infrastructure, which is being used by OpenAI to operate ChatGPT.

To address these concerns, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman met with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Microsoft is said to have asked for a portion of the profits from OpenAI if the deal with Apple is successful, as Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI.

Although the agreement between Apple and OpenAI has not been officially announced, it will likely be revealed at Apple's WWDC 2024 event on June 10. This partnership promises to bring big changes to Siri and other Apple products, while creating a new competition in the AI ​​​​market.

After surprising the technology industry with the Sora video creation AI tool, OpenAI continues to announce a new "card".

OpenAI has just announced Voice Engine, a groundbreaking AI tool capable of creating voice clones in just 15 seconds of recording the original voice. This technology promises to bring new and potential applications in many different fields.

Voice Engine works based on an advanced AI model, which can learn and simulate the speaker's voice accurately. With just a short recording, Voice Engine can create an AI voice and read any text, in the same language as the speaker or many other languages.

OpenAI continues to create AI tools capable of voice transcription.

OpenAI continues to create AI tools capable of voice transcription.

OpenAI said it began developing Voice Engine in late 2022, and the technology already provides built-in voices for the text-to-speech API and ChatGPT's response reading feature.

OpenAI is collaborating with a number of companies in the education, health and technology sectors to test and apply Voice Engine. Some typical examples include:

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- Create educational content: educational technology company Age of Learning uses Voice Engine to create voice-over content for online lessons, helping students absorb knowledge more effectively.

- Support for people with disabilities: medical software manufacturer Dimagi is using Voice Engine to create voices for medical software, making it easier for people with disabilities to use.

- Improved customer experience: communication AI application maker Livox now uses Voice Engine to create voices for chatbots, helping to deliver a natural customer experience.

However, using voice-generating AI technology also has some potential risks. OpenAI is committed to using Voice Engine responsibly and in accordance with ethical principles. OpenAI partners must agree not to use Voice Engine to impersonate individuals or organizations, and must obtain the speaker's consent before using their voice.

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