April 16, 2024

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Some video game actors are letting AI clone their voices. They just don’t want it to replace them

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If you are battling a video game goblin who speaks with a Cockney accent, or asking a gruff Scottish blacksmith to forge a virtual sword, you might be hearing the voice of actor Andy Magee.

Except it’s not quite Magee’s voice. It’s a synthetic voice clone generated by artificial intelligence.

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As video game worlds get more expansive, some game studios are experimenting with AI tools to give voice to a potentially unlimited number of characters and conversations. It also saves time and money on the “vocal scratch” recordings game developers use as placeholders to test scenes and scripts.

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The Associated Press

2024-02-19 05:45:21

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