1. Amazon demonstrates Alexa mimicking the voice of a deceased relative  CNBC
  2. Amazon's Latest Trick: Pipe In a Dead Person's Voice Through Alexa's Speakers  Gizmodo
  3. Amazon has a plan to make Alexa mimic anyone's voice  Reuters
  4. Alexa will soon be able to read stories as your dead grandma  TechCrunch
  5. Amazon's 'Alexa' to Become Voice Impersonator  Newsmax
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Amazon.com Inc wants to give customers the chance to make Alexa, the company's voice assistant, sound just like their grandmother -- or anyone else.Amazon.com Inc wants to give customers the chance to make Alexa, the company's voice assistant, sound just like their grandmother -- or anyone else.

Amazon has a plan to make Alexa mimic anyone's voice | Reuters

At its annual re:Mars conference today in Las Vegas, Amazon’s Senior Vice President and Head Scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced a spate of new and upcoming features for the company’s smart assistant. The most head turning of the bunch was a potential new feature that can synthesize short audio clips into longer speech. In […]At its annual re:Mars conference today in Las Vegas, Amazon’s Senior Vice President and Head Scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced a spate of new and upcoming features for the company’s smart assistant. The most head turning of the bunch was a potential new feature that can synthesize short audio clips into longer speech. In […]

Alexa will soon be able to read stories as your dead grandma – TechCrunch

The prospective feature seeks to clone voices with minimal training data.The prospective feature seeks to clone voices with minimal training data.

Amazon's new pitch: let Alexa speak as your relatives from beyond the grave

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The uncanny valley of the future doesn't just feature lifelike robots; it also includes deep faked voices.The uncanny valley of the future doesn't just feature lifelike robots; it also includes deep faked voices.

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Amazon is reportedly developing the tech for voice assistant Alexa to mimic anyone's voice after listening for just a minute.Amazon is reportedly developing the tech for voice assistant Alexa to mimic anyone's voice after listening for just a minute.

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"While AI can't eliminate that pain of loss, it can definitely make their memories last," Alexa AI head scientist Rohit Prasad said at the re:MARS conference."While AI can't eliminate that pain of loss, it can definitely make their memories last," Alexa AI head scientist Rohit Prasad said at the re:MARS conference.

Amazon demos Alexa reading a bedtime story in the voice of a boy's deceased grandma | ZDNet

Amazon says it wants to "make memories last" - but the technology wades into a controversial area with the potential for abuse. Amazon says it wants to "make memories last" - but the technology wades into a controversial area with the potential for abuse.

Amazon's Alexa will soon be able to read you stories in a loved one's voice - even if they're dead | Science & Tech News | Sky News

The goal is to "make the memories last" after "so many of us have lost someone we love" during the pandemic, a senior official at Amazon said. | World NewsThe goal is to "make the memories last" after "so many of us have lost someone we love" during the pandemic, a senior official at Amazon said.

Amazon's Alexa may soon start speaking like anyone you want | World News - Hindustan Times

Alexa’s SVP Rohit Prasad demonstrated the feature during Amazon’s re:MARS conference on Wednesday. Prasad said the goal was to “make the memories last.”Alexa’s SVP Rohit Prasad demonstrated the feature during Amazon’s re:MARS conference on Wednesday. Prasad said the goal was to “make the memories last.”

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Amazon's Alexa voice assistant has been able to tell children bedtime stories for quite some time now, but the company's latest innovations could help to | Trusted ReviewsAmazon's Alexa voice assistant has been able to tell children bedtime stories for quite some time now, but the company's latest innovations could help to | Trusted Reviews

Alexa update promises bedtime stories from beyond the grave | Trusted Reviews

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At Amazon's re:MARS 2022 conference, the company's senior vice president and head scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced that the company is working on a feature that would allow the digital assistant to synthesize short audio clips of an individual's voice and turn it into longer speech., first reported by TechCrunch.At Amazon's re:MARS 2022 conference, the company's senior vice president and head scientist for Alexa, Rohit Prasad, announced that the company is working on a feature that would allow the digital assistant to synthesize short audio clips of an individual's voice and turn it into longer speech., first reported by TechCrunch.

Amazon shows off Alexa's new in-development ability to mimic anyone dead or alive

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