AI-Generated Donald Trump Reads ‘The Three Little Pigs’
Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if President Donald Trump read a classic fairytale? Thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), now you can find out.
Researchers from the University of Tübingen in Germany have used AI to generate audio recordings of President Trump reading ‘The Three Little Pigs’. The project, called ‘TrumpTTS’, was created by researchers at the university’s Institute for Natural Language Processing and is designed to demonstrate how AI can be used to create realistic-sounding speech.
To create the recording, the team first had to collect a large amount of data on how President Trump speaks. This included over 1,000 hours of audio recordings taken from his speeches and interviews over the years. They then used this data as input into an AI system that was trained using machine learning algorithms so that it could learn how he speaks and replicate his voice patterns accurately.
Once they had trained their model, they were able to feed text into it which would then be converted into audio with a computer-generated version of President Trump’s voice speaking it aloud. To test their model further, they decided to use one of America’s most beloved children’s stories – ‘The Three Little Pigs’ – as input for their system and see what happened when they generated an audio recording with it.
The results are surprisingly accurate! Although there are some minor differences between the original story being read by someone else compared with President Trump reading it himself (such as intonation or pronunciation), overall the AI has done an impressive job at replicating his voice patterns accurately enough that many people wouldn’t even notice any difference between them unless they listened closely enough.
This project demonstrates just how far technology has come in recent years when it comes to creating realistic sounding voices using artificial intelligence systems such as deep learning networks or natural language processing models like those used here by researchers at Tübingen University in Germany . It also shows us just how powerful these technologies can be when applied correctly – not only can we now generate convincing versions of famous people speaking but we may soon be able to do things like automatically translate languages or transcribe conversations without needing human intervention at all! Who knows where this kind of research will lead us next?