This is what the first AI voice for advertising sounds like in four dialects

"Zoe" is the first AI voice for advertising in four Swiss German dialects and High German from Nice Noise. The voice can also incorporate emotions into its pronunciation.

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At this year's Audio Academy, an event organized by Swiss Radioworld, Nice Noise presented an innovation: "Zoe", the first artificial voice that not only speaks Swiss German in four different dialects and High German, but can also incorporate emotional depth into its pronunciation. This female AI voice, specially developed for the advertising market, marks a milestone in adaptive speech technology, according to Nice Noise.

Nevertheless, the Nice Noise team emphasizes that it will remain true to its traditional values and continue to prefer human voices due to their versatility, spontaneity and emotional depth. However, they see "Zoe" as a valuable addition to efficiently serve specific customer requirements. Depending on market response, the company is also planning to develop a male version in the future.

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