AI Dubbing: What Different Dialects Of English Sound Like

AI Dubbing: What Different Dialects Of English Sound Like

Tat Banerjee: October 22, 2019 Today we are going to look AI dubbing and look at a few different samples of what an AI can sound like in English. We are going to do something pretty simple, we will use the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog for our seed text. If you don&rsquo ...
The Weekly Roundup 22/10/19

The Weekly Roundup: Travelling back in time with AI, learning the love of translation and why it is imperative to get more interpreters in courthouses to aid domestic violence cases

Renee Dubé: October 22, 2019 It’s another big week in AI news, from assisting in search and rescue methods to aiding doctors in detecting brain bleeds, it’s being proven time and time again how Artificial Intelligence can help humanity in meaningful ways. We also see ...
AI Transcription, Translation And Dubbing: How To Think About Accuracy

AI Transcription, Translation And Dubbing: How To Think About Accuracy

Tat Banerjee: October 21, 2019 We get a number of questions around AI Accuracy, and depending on the context, the question can refer to a number of things. Wanted to put down a note describing the various iterations of what Accuracy in Artificial Intelligence refers to, and where ...
Text-To-Speech: AI Dubbing And What You Can Do With It

Text-To-Speech: AI Dubbing And What You Can Do With It

Tat Banerjee: October 17, 2019 Today we are going to look AI dubbing and its various use cases. If you are wondering, is my content suitable for AI dubbing, or AI localisation? In simple terms: What is dubbing or dub localisation? Should I use a human, or a machine for my dubbing ...
The Weekly Roundup 15/10/19

The Weekly Roundup: Babies teaching us how best to teach AI, glasses made for translation and keeping an eye on our giant fishy friends with the help of Artificial Intelligence

Renee Dubé: October 15, 2019 More than just cute little stinkers, babies are exceptional learners, so good in fact that we’re trying to simulate their learning process to assist AI in becoming evermore smarter. Our first article details just how babies learn and what they& ...
The Importance of Open Captions

The Importance of Open Captions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People

Renee Dubé: October 9, 2019 It comes as no surprise that for hard of hearing and deaf people, closed captions are a necessity for being able to watch TV, films and online videos. We’ve mentioned before the need for more captions and subtitles to be present in cinemas and ...