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Ninja Theory Addresses Concerns About AI Voice Acting

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Voice acting is often considered to be a difficult field to break into, but a new report penned by GLHFManaging Editor Kirk McKeand suggests that new AI innovations may soon replace human voice actors altogether.

The article lists development studios Neon Giant and Ninja Theory—the teams behind 2021’sThe Ascent and 2017’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice respectively—as two prominent studios that have already put this into practice.

With that in mind, Ninja Theory quickly took to Twitter to clarify its position on artificial voice acting.In a response to a question posed by Twitter user ImAlwaysBoyo, Ninja Theory asserted that, while it has implemented AI voice acting in the past, it was only ever intended for placeholder use early on in a development cycle.

Artificially-voiced lines of dialogue are, according to the developer, later swapped out for genuine performances by actual voice actors.

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