A Silicon Valley startup called Sanas has created a tool that removes the accents of foreign telemarketers to make them more like “standard American English.”
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a discipline that tries to replicate human intelligence and its implicit processes through computers and over the last few years we have seen how this innovative technology has been applied to certain tasks such as detect diseases, play chess, write texts or even tell you when you should take the popcorn out of the microwave.
Well, in this sense, we just met, thanks to the medium TechNewsWorld that an American company has created an AI that eliminates the accent of telemarketers in real time.
This is the “accent translator” created by Sanas
A Silicon Valley startup called healthy has developed a tool that uses AI to eliminate the accents of foreign telemarketers so that they are more like “standard American English”.
It is an “accent translator” whose objective is that the voice of telemarketers in India, which is where the telemarketing platforms of the vast majority of large US companies are located, looks more like American.
Sanas has enabled a Web page to show how this tool works, in which you can compare how a fragment of a spoken conversation sounds in the original version and as it does with the AI filter of the American firm.
In the words of the CEO of Sanas, Maxim Serebryakov, what this software does is “allow agents to keep your identity, keep your accentno need to change it.
Be that as it may, it seems that this project has caught on among its investors, because Sanas has already achieved raise $32 million in its first round of fundingsomething that has given him impetus to start working on the expansion of this product to other sectors such as private calls and video calls or dubbing in film and television.