Slator Pro Guide: Language AI for Consumers

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The Slator Pro Guide: Language AI for Consumers is an insightful review and analysis of how everyday consumers use language AI to generate, translate, edit, and dub speech and text in multiple languages.

Language AI is fast becoming a ubiquitous feature of everyday life. Consumers use language AI to translate websites, dub short-form videos, interpret conversations in real time, generate text, and more.

The 16-page Pro Guide focuses on 10 use cases where consumers use language AI today. The guide explains how the AI works, looks at the pace of adoption, and considers the quality and performance levels that users can expect — both now and in the near future.

The guide starts by outlining how users access machine translation to read websites in multiple languages. We then turn to vision-enabled translation apps and ask — to what extent are consumers using phones and hand-held devices to “point and translate” text in real life?

Listening to a celebrity or politician speaking in any language, in their own voice, is now a possibility with voice AI. The guide unpacks how AI speech translation works and describes how public figures and content creators are using voice AI to reach global audiences via real-time, translated, streamed speeches.

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Hand-held devices let users interpret conversations into multiple languages in face-to-face settings. The guide looks at how much traction such speech translation devices have gained and reviews some of their pros and cons.

AI dubbing has taken off in the world of short-form video. The guide examines how content creators are using AI dubbing to reach multilingual audiences and achieve more views.

Transcripts have always been indispensable to journalists, students, and researchers. So, are they taking advantage of the latest automated speech-to-text tools for AI transcription? We look at AI traction among this user base, as well as podcasters, who use AI transcripts to increase engagement.

Generating original text on any topic is AI’s most striking capability for many users. The guide homes in on how AI writing is being generated and customized by users for a range of purposes.

The guide turns to how users are using AI apps to learn languages before examining Apple’s latest augmented reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro, which lets users see and hear real-time interpreting in a virtual environment.

Each of the 10 use cases in the Slator Pro Guide: Language AI for Consumers is presented as a concise one-page infographic including use case description, AI products, adoption levels, underlying technology, quality, performance, pace of innovation, and investor interest.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary5
Use Cases6
Access a Website in Any Language6
Translate Real-Life Text with Vision-Based Tools7
Localize a Live Streamed Speech8
Interpret a Conversation with Hand-Held Devices9
Dub a Short-Form Video10
Transcribe a Podcast, Interview, or Vlog11
Turn Written Scripts into Audio with Voice AI12
Create Copy with AI Writing Assistants13
Learn a Language with AI Apps14
Interact in Augmented Reality with Apple Vision Pro15