When A.I. Bridged a Language Gap, They Fell in Love
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Translation apps like Google Translate and DeepL Translate are helping people overcome language barriers and communicate with each other. LeRoy Romero and Brenda Ochoa used these apps on their blind date, allowing them to have meaningful conversations without small talk. Later, Romero discovered an app called Captions that uses AI to help users edit videos and add captions and translations. The app can even imitate lip movements and echo pitch and tone for a more natural experience.
I felt it was nice without all the useless chatter, Mr. Romero, 45, said.
Apps like Captions are part of a growing trend of apps that use AI to enhance communication. These apps allow users to add captions, translate, lip-dub, and sync audio and lip movements to a target language. This technology is particularly useful for businesses and individuals who need to communicate with people who speak different languages. The apps are attracting millions in venture capital investments, indicating their potential for growth and success in the market.
Like HeyGen, Verbalate and Zeebra, which debuted similar software last year and have attracted millions in venture capital investments, Captions allows users to not only add captions to their videos but to translate, lip-dub and add subtitles as well, giving users the ability to sync audio and lip movements to a target language, such as Spanish, Hindi, Italian or Japanese.
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