Meta has open sourced its Massively Multilingual Speech (MMS) project, which can identify more than 4,000 spoken languages. According to the announcement, the MMS models also expand text-to-speech capabilities “from around 100 languages to more than 1,100.”
“We’re open sourcing our models and code so that others in the research community can build on our work and help preserve the world’s languages and bring the world closer together,” the company says.
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