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OpenAI’s delaying of ChatGPT’s impressive Voice Mode upset many fans of the AI chatbot, but they may have now been scooped. French artificial intelligence developer Kyutai has introduced a real-time voice AI assistant named Moshi. 

Moshi is designed to provide lifelike conversations with users through voice, like Alexa or Google Assistant, but is powered by the large language models underlying ChatGPT and its rivals, in this case, the Helium 7B model. According to Kyutai, Moshi can speak in various accents and has 70 different emotional and speaking styles. The AI can even handle two audio streams simultaneously, allowing Moshi to listen and talk simultaneously.

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