Adobe introduces “photoshop” for Voice

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During the Adobe Max event in Las Vegas, the company unveil the Project VoCo, a tool that Adobe Research and Princeton University are working on where you just type the word or or phrase then the algorithm will translate those text into audio using the voice of a particular person from a small sample.

As creepy as it sounds, Project VoCO could be the future of animation, dubbing and voice-overs, it could potentially kill the livelihood of voice actors, and like what TNW said in their article, it could open “a whole new universe of scams and conspiracy theories.”

If you like to see Project VoCo in action checkout the video below;

Last modified: November 5, 2016

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