🌐 Mozilla's New Horizon: AI Focus & Future of Firefox
Mozilla, traditionally known for its Firefox browser, is shifting focus towards AI, as highlighted in a recent interview with its president, Mark Surman. They launched Mozilla.ai, aiming to create open-source, trustworthy AI solutions.
See below for a deeper look into their vision 👇️
🤖 Balancing AI and Human Talent: Warner Bros. Animation's Commitment
Sam Register, president of Warner Bros. Animation, emphasized the need to protect human artists in the face of growing AI integration in Hollywood's production workflows. During a studio executive roundtable, Register highlighted the importance of preserving jobs for human artists, especially for those seeking entry-level experience. This stance comes as AI tools increasingly influence entertainment production, posing a potential threat to traditional job roles in the industry.
🎙️ MyShell Unveils OpenVoice: A Leap in AI Voice Cloning Technology
MyShell, a Canadian startup, has released OpenVoice, an open-source AI capable of voice cloning with remarkable speed and accuracy. Listen to OpenVoice in the video below ⬇️
Developed in collaboration with MIT and Tsinghua University, OpenVoice requires only seconds of audio to clone a voice, offering detailed control over various speech elements. The technology uses two AI models for text-to-speech conversion and voice tone cloning. OpenVoice, part of MyShell's broader AI application offerings, highlights the company's commitment to advancing open AI development while monetizing its app ecosystem. This release marks a significant step in voice cloning technology, which is accessible via MyShell and HuggingFace platforms.
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