Sunday, February 5, 2023

Microsoft introduces an AI-powered real-time voice translation feature for Skype

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In order to make the translated voice sound exactly like the original speaker, Synthetic Intelligence (AI) has been implemented by Microsoft in Skype to allow for real-time voice translation. Follow For More Updates at

“We’re starting real-time translation of Skype to Skype video calls using just your voice. This suggests that you would be able to communicate with someone who speaks a different language, and the interpretation would take place automatically, in real-time, as the conversation progressed, according to a blog post from Microsoft.

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In the upcoming months, group video chats and telephony may get real-time translations with pure voice, according to the blog post.

The new translation feature uses artificial intelligence to automatically identify the languages being spoken during a video conference and translate them in real time.

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To do that, spoken phrases are understood, interpreted, and translated using a combination of speech recognition technology and natural language processing.

Additionally, the company claims that if users activate using their own voice, AI will be used to model their speech and tailor the interpretation to sound like them, making the conversation sound more organic. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

It is a significant advancement for Skype because it enables easy communication between people who speak different languages, according to the company.

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