It makes it easier to get money from investors if you claim there's AI in there, and it gets you aboard the AI-hype train. AI at the moment, for some people, AI simply means there's a computer in there using an algorythm to make it work without a human guiding it along the different steps.TTS has been available for years. I'm not sure what AI could add. Are we just talking about more realistic voices?
There are loads of programmes that do this such as grammarly, but I think they have their limitations and do not take into account an individual style of writing. What did brilliant writers do before all of this tech? They either had the skills and confidence to write well or they worked closely with an editor as many writers do so today.Fantastic suggestion--I've been looking for something like this. Has anyone used AI programs to evaluate grammar or usage more directly? I'd be interested in hearing experiences, if so.
This is a hack I've used for a while, for nonfiction (marketing work).This has helped me SO much! Having your writings read back to you can really help the flow and wording. It will also catch those easy-to-overlook mistakes like using the wrong word in a sentence. I proof read the word 'feet' like 5 times when it should have been 'feel' lol. Spell check will never catch those. Some sentences may sound great when reading them in your head, but after hearing them out loud it puts a new perspective on them. I've gone back and moved plenty of words around because of that.
There are plenty of Text-to-Speech (TTS) programs and websites out there and many of them have 'realistic' voices. The one I've really enjoyed using (for free) is Lovo AI.