Mumbai: Those who own an iPhone, MacBook, iPad, tvOS, and watchOS are familiar with Siri. Siri is an AI feature in Apple products that responds with a human-like voice. Using this feature is very easy. This smart feature does exactly what you tell it to do. This company has now taken another step towards AI. Apple has launched a new feature for its devices. The Apple Books app now has an AI narrator. This means that now you can not only read, but also listen to audiobooks. Meanwhile, Apple has developed the Story Teller in such a way that its voice is almost human-like.
use of natural language processing
AI is currently being used to create a wide range of applications from chatbots to robotics and even audiobooks. Apple has tried to create a human-like voice by using Natural Language Processing. This not only gives a better experience of reading the book but also of listening to it. This makes listening to audiobooks a pleasure. Creating an audio book is indeed a very difficult task. Not only does it take a lot of time or money to set up, but it also requires a lot of technology to present a 400-page book in an interesting way. So currently only popular books are available as audio books, but AI could be a game changer for audio books. This can help in increasing the number of books in audio book form.
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Also non-fiction and self-development voice narration
AI Powered Audio Books aims to increase the number of audio books. Even those who love to read but do not have time to read can now enjoy a large number of books. Apple is using this by programming AI to make words interesting. Till now this feature was available for books with two different voices of fantasy and romance. Meanwhile the female AI story teller is voiced by Madis and the male is voiced by Jackson. Apple is also now working on non-fiction and self-development voice narration. There will be two options, Helena for the female voice and Michel for the male voice. To find such books on Apple devices, you need to go to the Books app and search for audio books.