Nvidia debuted Riva Custom Voice, its toolkit for creating custom synthesized voices with 30 minutes of speech recordings. With the platform, customers can create voice assistants, brand voices, or voice applications. Voice AI synthesis technology is rapidly gaining traction as the time and cost savings are revealed — no longer do companies need to solely rely on having voice actors manually record clips. Companies including Veritone, Lovo, and Sonantic have already deployed their own software for clients to build synthesized voices with their recordings. But as the popularity of custom voices climbs, the industry needs to continue to plan for how these clips might be misused.
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