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OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release

OpenAI says it ran a small-scale test of its new voice cloning product Voice Engine with a few select partners. The results show promising applications for the tech, but safety concerns may keep it from being released. OpenAI says that Voice Engine can clone a human’s voice based on a single 15-second recording of their voice. The tool can then generate “natural-sounding speech that closely resembles the original speaker.” Once cloned, Voice Engine can turn text inputs into audible speech using “emotive and realistic voices.” The tool’s capability makes exciting applications possible but raises serious safety issues too. Promising use

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OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release

OpenAI says it ran a small-scale test of its new voice cloning product Voice Engine with a few select partners. The results show promising applications for the tech, but safety concerns may keep it from being released. OpenAI says that Voice Engine can clone a human’s voice based on a single 15-second recording of their voice. The tool can then generate “natural-sounding speech that closely resembles the original speaker.” Once cloned, Voice Engine can turn text inputs into audible speech using “emotive and realistic voices.” The tool’s capability makes exciting applications possible but raises serious safety issues too. Promising use

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OpenAI says Voice Engine might be too risky to release

OpenAI says it ran a small-scale test of its new voice cloning product Voice Engine with a few select partners. The results show promising applications for the tech, but safety concerns may keep it from being released. OpenAI says that Voice Engine can clone a human’s voice based on a single 15-second recording of their voice. The tool can then generate “natural-sounding speech that closely resembles the original speaker.” Once cloned, Voice Engine can turn text inputs into audible speech using “emotive and realistic voices.” The tool’s capability makes exciting applications possible but raises serious safety issues too. Promising use

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