Real-Time Voice Cloning
Alright, hey guys, Mark Phillips with SimpliSpoken This is the SimpliSpoken on Voice Daily Flash Briefing back again to talk about one of the projects that we see out there in the open source community in GitHub, which is a repository or store for technology that’s been released to the public by developers that just want to help the community and actually benefit from letting a lot of people look at the technology they’ve released and help make it better. So in this repository, this GitHub repository, there is a real time voice cloning, release. And so if you voice climbing, so all the rage now, and basically the ability to take someone that gives you a sample of their speech, and then click that voice, and so in this case, there’s a project that’s released in this GitHub environment, it’s a Python project, which Python is a programming language. And so they’ve released this source code and the environment. And they’ve released the ability to do this real time voice cloning, and this this is basically at least represented to be able to clone a voice and, you know, five seconds, and I thought the thing that’s interesting about that, is that there quite a bit of work in the research community going on around voice sense. And, and so this is this comes from graduate work. And so someone took their thesis and then they put it out there and they’ve got a framework to actually do the the voice cloning and not think it’s interesting that folks are actually contributing this stuff to the general public. And it’s interesting, because I think that helps advance the community as a whole. And we’re live we’re fascinated to follow that effort. So thanks a lot for joining us. This is the SimpliSpoken on Voice Daily Flash Briefing, and please do hop over to the skill store and give us a good review. Thanks, guys.