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Adobe has demonstrated tech that lets you edit recorded speech so that you can alter what that person said or create an entirely new sentence from their voice. It seems inevitable that it will eventually be referred to as "photoshop but for audio."
The tech, dubbed VoCo (voice conversion), presents the user with a text box. Initially the text box shows the spoken content of the audio clip. You can then move the words around, delete fragments, or type in entirely new words. When you type in a new word, there's a small pause while the word is constructed—then you can press play and listen to the new clip.
originally posted by: Profusion
a reply to: namelesss
A member of this forum wrote that they would never hire anyone who would vote for Donald Trump. That was stated months before Trump was elected POTUS. That person may have changed their view, but the point remains. Expressing certain opinions can get one in a lot of trouble in a lot of ways.