As the years are growing on us, we’ve seen AI go from something we thought only nerds in computer labs would understand, to branching off and making a place in almost every industry on the internet.
From educational institutions getting worried about their students using ChatGPT for virtually everything, to freelancers using AI services to make their life somewhat easier, AI has its finger in a lot of pies.
A similar AI takeover can be seen in the voice acting industry, with high-demand AI voice generators now being used in multinational and big companies to automate their voices.
Though, there's an ever-increasing concern for the rising number of people who sweat blood and tears as voice over artists in the industry, falling prey to intrusive thoughts that pretty soon, AI's going to take over their future, job, and place.
I’ll give you a direct answer to your question of "Will AI take over human voice" in this guide, and dive into details further, as that’s exactly how we do things here at Stay Ahead Of AI.
In short, the answer is no. AI won’t be taking your jobs anytime soon.
Why? I'll explain in a while, but before that, let me walk you through where this automated industry stands right now, and where it might ultimately lead, which is why I recommend you read this till the end.