RadioGPT Merges Radio And Artificial Intelligence
Old meets new as RadioGPT uses GPT-4 to create AI-generated radio shows. Surprisingly, it can do nearly everything you’d expect from regular radio!
It provides AI voices that serve as DJs who play music, report news and discuss the weather. Also, RadioGPT can respond to song requests and offer prizes for radio contests!
The best part is that the AI tool will have its public beta over real radio stations. These include Alpha Media in the US and Rogers Sports & Media in Canada.
What are the features of RadioGPT?
RadioGPT comes from the American AI firm Futuri. Its CEO Daniel Anstandig told Axios that he designed the tool to “save radio, not compete with it.”
“What we’re looking to do is augment a station’s ability to fill its programming with more live and local content,” Anstandig added.
The app uses GPT-4, TopicPulse, and AI voice technology. GPT-4 is the latest large language model that powers the globally-acclaimed ChatGPT AI chatbot.
TopicPulse is Futuri’s AI-driven social content and story discovery tool. Meanwhile, AI voice technology imitates human voices using artificial intelligence.
Together, they enable RadioGPT users to create radio stations by themselves. You may choose voices from the Voice Choice Library to host your shows.
Then, it could do everything you’d expect from a radio show. For example, it could play your songs by checking your music log.
RadioGPT can check the real-time status of financial markets and other topics to report about it.
If you have a radio show, the app can give unique and entertaining breaks to keep your audience engaged.
The AI app can understand comments from listeners and incorporate them into your show. Believe it or not, it can interview guests by itself!
Moreover, RadioGPT uses Futuri Mobile’s Flash Contesting to offer giveaways like prizes and tickets for radio contests.
The AI program uses Futuri Streaming to determine the number of listeners and send greetings to specific locations.
Do these features seem too good to be true? Head to futurimedia.com/radiogpt and listen to the samples.
The website contains AI-generated radio snippets that are nearly indistinguishable from human speech!
RadioGPT has recently started its public beta testing on two radio stations in the US and UK. Soon, it would likely expand to other countries due to the ever-growing AI trend.
For example, OpenAI launched ChatGPT a few months ago, but various industries and companies worldwide have integrated it into their products and services.
That means AI is already changing how businesses and employees work. Adapt to these rapid changes by keeping up-to-date with the latest digital trends on Inquirer Tech.
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