Artifact Is Adding An AI-Powered Text-To-Speech Feature
In a joint venture with Speechify, the business is presenting the new functionality.
The voices that can read the news to you include Gwyneth Paltrow and Snoop Dogg.
On Speechify's website, you may listen to the AI voices of these people to get an idea of what it might sound like.
According to Artifact's head of product Robby Stein, there are more than 30 English voices available.
While reading an article, if you see a "play" symbol on the bottom bar, you can tap it to activate the text-to-speech player.
The player will then let you select the voice and reading speed.
Artifact is getting an AI-powered text-to-speech feature
When you explore other Artifact features or even if you quit the program, the audio can continue playing in the background.
According to Stein, the text-to-speech feature is currently accessible on iOS and will soon be available on Android.
Since its initial launch in January, Artifact has undergone regular updates.
The app also includes a ton of additional AI-powered capabilities, like the capacity to rewrite clickbait headlines and summarize content.