This is the third part of the AI marketing Workshop that nexoya held in ZHAW in Winterthur. If you missed the previous two posts, you can find the first part of the workshop about Content generation here
and the second part
of the workshop, that focused on the topic Image generation.
In this article, we want to mention a few existing Text to speech tools and give you a short introduction into the topic itself.
Text-to-speech is also on the verge of professionalization. We all already know the Siris and Alexas of this world, which can be operated in natural language and provide information as speech output.
Even if the spoken texts are still a bit tinny today, it will probably only take a short time until they are indistinguishable from a human’s voice. It already works today, as Google Duplex was able to impressively demonstrate by means of a fully automated appointment booking system
call to a hairdresser.
This is a Text-to-Speech tool that creates speech out of text with voices that sound natural. With Naturalreaders users can convert text-files into audio-files.
Another Text-to-Speech tool that supports txt files and pdfs. You can as well record the generated speech out of the text.
This is a simple Text to speech tool that offers commercially free usable content. You can choose a female or male voice as well as different accents when needed. Moreover, you can regulate the speed of the created speech.
In the field of text summary, artificial intelligence is already producing almost perfect results today. Appropriate tools such as Reesomer https://resoomer.com/de/ are able to automatically and grammatically merge texts. The language is fluent and good.
There is no doubt content will be produced more or less autonomously by artificial intelligence in the near future. What exactly the consequences of these developments are cannot be predicted down to every detail.
Of course, there will be further multiplication of content if content can be created dynamically. It is important for companies to understand that artificial intelligence will be an indispensable instrument of the future.
If a company doesn’t use it, it runs the risk of losing the race for consumer favour, as it simply will not be in a position to generate content at market-relevant conditions. It is therefore worthwhile for marketing departments and companies to continue observing these developments and to secure an advantage over the competition today if possible.
At present, artificial intelligence in marketing already moves the area of predictive analytics