Software company Futuri Media has announced its own take on the popular artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT. Dubbed “RadioGPT,” the software creates AI-driven radio content for users.
RadioGPT combines GPT-3 technology with TopicPulse — Futuri’s AI-based discovery and social content system — and AI voice tech to provide localized content for any market or format.
According to a Futuri press release, the TopicPulse technology scans Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more than 250,000 other sources of news and information, to identify which topics are trending in a local market. Then, using the GPT-3 technology, RadioGPT creates a script for on-air use, and AI voices turn that script into audio.
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Futuri says stations can select from a variety of AI voices for single-, duo- or trio-hosted shows, or train the AI with their existing personalities’ voices. Programming is available for individual dayparts, or the company says RadioGPT can power the entire station.
RadioGPT can also generate social posts, blogs and other content for digital platforms in real-time, says Futuri. For example, a TopicPulse Instant Video add-on can create AI-driven short videos for social use.
Futuri CEO Daniel Anstandig said in the press release, “The ability for broadcasters to use RadioGPT to localize their on-air content in a turnkey fashion opens up resources for them to deepen their important home-field advantages in new and unique ways. With RadioGPT, there should never be a ‘liner card’ or ‘sweeper-only’ air shift again. Now everyone can be live and local.”
Beta partners for Futuri’s RadioGPT include Alpha Media in the United States and Rogers Sports and Media in Canada.
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