A few days ago, our partner Diego German Gonzalez, shared here on the blog two articles talking about "radio", which are focused on those interested in being able to enjoy this from your Linux distribution, either through applications that we can find or using the browser, for this I invite you to read his two articles, which are quite information about it.
The reason for bringing up the subject, is that surfing the net, I saw an article that caught my attention a lot and which I'm sure also caught your attention, since it is something that the vast majority of us had in mind that did not take long to emerge and is the creation of entertainment content by AI and being more specific by the title of the post is a radio station powered by artificial intelligence.
It is clear that artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful tool that is rethinking the way we integrate information, analyze data and use the resulting insights to improve decision-making and above all that it is already transforming all aspects of the life.
The latest news is the launch of RadioGPT the “first” AI-powered radio station in the world.
RadioGPT combines the power of GPT-3 technology with TopicPulse, Futuri's AI-driven stories and social content discovery system, coupled with AI voice technology to deliver an unparalleled localized radio experience for any market, any format.
Futuri is revolutionizing the audio industry with the launch of RadioGPT, the world's first AI-powered localized radio content solution.
RadioGPT uses TopicPulse technology, which scans Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and over 250 other sources of news and information, to identify current issues in a local market. Then, using GPT-3 technology, RadioGPT creates a script to be used on air, and AI voices turn that script into convincing sound.
Stations can choose from a variety of AI voices for one-, two- or three-anchor shows, or train the AI with the voices of their existing personalities. Programming is available for individual daytime portions, or Futuri's RadioGPT can broadcast the entire station. RadioGPT is available for all white label formats.
RadioGPT also generates social posts, blogs and other content for digital platforms content related in real time on the air. An instant video plugin TopicPulse creates short AI-powered videos on hot topics for social use. By adding Futuri's POST AI podcasting system, stations can take audio streams and publish them immediately on demand using POST's auto-publishing feature.
“As pioneers of AI innovation in broadcast, it is only natural that we bring the incredible power of GPT-3 technology, combined with innovative technology, to radio, such as TopicPulse,” said Daniel Anstandig, CEO of Futuri. “The ability for broadcasters to use RadioGPT to localize their on-air content in a turnkey manner opens up resources for them to deepen their important benefits on the ground in new and unique ways.
Futuri's RadioGPT beta partners include Alpha Media in the US and Rogers Sports & Media in Canada.
“At Alpha Media, we are always looking for innovative ways to engage our audiences. That's why we're part of Futuri's RadioGPT beta group,” said Phil Becker, Alpha Media's executive vice president of content. “Thanks to RadioGPT's cutting-edge content and language technologies, we are able to deliver an innovative, hyper-localized, real-time audio experience. In fact, I have such faith in AI that I asked him to write this quote for me. AI is a technology that is transforming all aspects of life. It is a powerful tool for rethinking the way we integrate information, analyze data, and use the resulting insights to improve decision making.
Without a doubt this year will be a big boom for artificial intelligence projects and that will give a lot to talk about, because since the launch of ChatGPT, we have seen a large number of projects from which the creation of images, videos, voice and even an AI that acts as a lawyer, artificial intelligence will be in every corner of our day to day in a matter of a few years.
Finally, it is clear that the debate about how much AI can displace activities that today a person can do, is on trial, since there is currently no evidence that the automation of news production is related to the loss of jobs, but the truth is that it is possible that something similar to what happened during the industrial revolution could happen when a large number of activities that required a person at the time were displaced and disappeared.
If you are interested in knowing more about it, you can consult the details in the following link
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