The world’s first AI radio platform has arrived. Using GPT-3 and AI generated voices, the RadioGPT system can run an entire radio station using artificial intelligence.
The Revolution of AI Radio
Futuri, a media company based in Cleveland, has launched the world’s first AI-driven platform called RadioGPT. With the combination of GPT-3 technology, TopicPulse, and AI voice technology, Futuri can offer an “unmatched localized radio experience for any market, any format.”
But how does this work exactly?
RadioGPT uses GPT-3 technology to produce scripts for on-air use, which are then transformed into engaging audio with the help of AI voices. Besides that, RadioGPT can determine what topics are popular in a specific market by using TopicPulse technology, which scans Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and 250k+ sources of news and information.
On top of that, stations can also choose from a range of AI voices that are available. Including – solo, duo, or trio-hosted shows or train the AI with the voices of their existing personalities, like DJs.
Daniel Anstandig, CEO of Futuri, said:
“As early AI innovators in the broadcast space, it’s only natural that we’re bringing the incredible power of GPT-3 technology, paired with ground-breaking technology like TopicPulse, to radio.”
RadioGPT for Digital Platforms
The incredible technology of RadioGPT can also create social media posts, blogs, and other types of content for digital platforms that are related to real-time content. Likewise, TopicPulse Instant Video produces short AI-driven videos on trending topics for social media use.
With the help of this feature, stations can now take broadcast audio and instantly publish it on demand by using POST.
5 things to know about RadioGPT:
- It can view your music library and talk about the songs or artists on your station.
- It is great at pre-promoting content.
- It can talk about the weather or traffic.
- It can monitor the number of listeners in real time.
- Open Mic Audio allows users of Futuri Mobile to contribute their ideas.
AI Radio Beta Launch
Alpha Media, based in Portland, Oregon, owns and operates 207 radio stations in 44 regional markets, and is now a member of the RadioGPT beta group.
Phil Becker, Alpha Media’s Executive Vice President of Content, stated:
“At Alpha Media, we always seek innovative ways to engage our audiences. That’s why we’re a part of Futuri’s RadioGPT™ beta group.”
Although RadioGPT is not yet accessible to the public, you can sign up for the beta launch by heading to their website.
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