Ninja Theory And Ascent Devs Are Using AI Voice Tech Instead Of Humans

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It's not unusual for video games to employ some post-production alteration on voice actor performances, but with the advent of artificial intelligence, it's starting to look like machines might one day replace voice actors entirely.

A new report from Good Luck Have Fun looks at Altera AI, a company that creates an AI program capable of creating vocal performances.

It's similar to existing text-to-speech but much, much better. Altered can create pitch, tone, and even whole accents from nothing, or it can take a performance in a different language and convert it while retaining the original performance's emotional impact.

Related: Avatar And Hellblade Missing Summer Game Fest Was A Huge Waste It's not perfect, as you can see from the video demonstration below, but it is certainly good enough for some jobs.

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