Microsoft AI tool VALL-E can clone your voice from a 3-second audio

Microsoft is working on an artificial intelligence called VALL-E that can clone someone’s voice from a three-second audio clip. VALL-E is trained with 60,000 hours of English speech and is capable of mimicking a voice in “zero-shot scenarios”, meaning the AI tool can make a voice say words it has never heard before. VALL-E uses text-to-speech technology to convert written words into spoken words in “high-quality personalized” speeches, according to the 16-page paper. VALL-E used recordings of over 7,000 real speakers from LibriLight, an audiobook dataset comprised of public-domain texts read…

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Microsoft is planning to integrate ChatGPT into Bing search engine, Word, and PowerPoint

Microsoft may be planning to use a special ingredient to take its search engine, Microsoft Bing, and other applications to a whole new level. The tech behemoth is reportedly considering incorporating ChatGPT’s technology into Bing, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. If this is correct, Google, which is currently the most popular search engine in the world, will face significant competition. Microsoft to use ChatGPT technology According to ‘two people with direct knowledge of the plans,’ Microsoft is planning to launch an AI-powered version of Bing, according to The Information. According to…

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Windows 11 users can now chat personally from Microsoft teams

Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 users will be able to use chat in Microsoft Teams. The feature is described as a simple experience that would allow Teams personal account users to easily make a video conference or chat with friends and family. Microsoft Teams chat will now be pinned to the Taskbar when Windows 11 boots. According to Microsoft, the ‘Team’s experience’ on Windows 11 and Chat has been built for personal Microsoft accounts and will be available to anyone who use such accounts. Microsoft Teams on Windows 11…

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