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Murf AI Named a Leader in G2 Fall Report

We are humbled and excited to be named a 'Leader' in G2.com’s Fall 2022 report under the Text to Speech category, collectively won 10 badges across categories after being recognized as a 'High Performer' for three consecutive quarters in G2.com’s Summer 2022, Spring 2022, and…

Medical Text to Speech: Changing Healthcare for the Better

Recent advances in AI and deep learning are transitioning every industry possible and healthcare is no exception. From diagnostics to treatment management to drug discovery and production, every healthcare process is being revolutionized by artificial intelligence and its related technologies. Text to speech is the…

Dynamic Capabilities of AI-based Voice Cloning

What was once considered a hallmark of science fiction, voice cloning—the near-perfect reproduction of a real person's voice—has become a reality in recent years. Thanks to advances in AI, machine learning, deep learning, and text-to-speech synthesis, it is now possible to create a voice clone…

AI Voices: The Next Big Frontier in Youtube Audio Advertising

Today’s businesses are aware of how challenging it can be to attract and engage consumers in an environment where they interact with multiple brands on different platforms every day. In fact, succeeding in such settings requires an advertising process that is agile because the traditional…

Making A Difference for the Dyslexic with Text to Speech

What is one aspect that renowned scientist Albert Einstein, Hollywood star and comedian Robin Williams, and successful entrepreneur Steve Jobs share in common? Apart from the fact that they were among the most influential individuals in their respective fields, the trio were dyslexic. They all…

Eliminating the Lack of Diversity in Text to Speech

The science that goes into making machines talk like humans is very complex because our speech patterns are so nuanced. So, it’s not surprising that it has taken well over 200 years for AI voices to get from the first speaking machine—which was able to…