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ChatGPT’s latest competitor, Moshi, claims to understand humans like no other AI bot

Recently, OpenAI made headlines by delaying the launch of ChatGPT’s eagerly awaited voice mode due to technical issues and the need to ensure high-quality performance.

This delay could have been better for many eager to interact with the AI chatbot through voice. However, there is a new contender in the AI chatbot arena. Meet Moshi, an advanced AI voice assistant developed by the French AI company Kyutai.

Moshi is an AI voice assistant designed for lifelike conversations, similar to Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant. What sets Moshi apart is its ability to speak in various accents and utilize 70 different emotional and speaking styles. It can even understand the tone of your voice as you talk.

One of its standout features is its capability to handle two audio streams simultaneously, allowing it to listen and respond simultaneously. This impressive new voice assistant recently launched with a live stream and has been making waves in the tech world ever since.

According to a report by Tech Radar, Moshi’s development included an extensive fine-tuning process. This process utilized over 100,000 synthetic dialogues generated through Text-to-Speech (TTS) technology.

Kyutai also worked with a professional voice artist to ensure Moshi’s responses sounded natural and engaging.

Trying out Moshi
Kyutai has described this technology as a groundbreaking way to communicate with an AI in a smooth, natural, and expressive manner, as reported by Toms Guide. This represents a significant leap forward in AI, making interactions more human-like and intuitive.

You can try Moshi right now. A demo version is available; you only need to visit us at Moshi. Chat and follow the instructions. Interactions with the AI voice assistant are now limited to 5 minutes.

Moshi’s launch comes at a perfect time, offering an alternative for those eager to explore voice interactions with AI. With its advanced features and lifelike responses, Moshi is set to redefine the standards for AI voice assistants.

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