Artificial intelligence is here to stay. Is he present and future of technology. In a few months we have gone from using it to chat with ChatGPT to find thousands of different functions. Among them, transcribe WhatsApp audios.
LuzIA is a Spanish artificial intelligence that we can add to our iPhone completely free of charge. We can do it in the form of a contact to write to by WhatsApp, and it has a number of very interesting functions. The most common is to interact by talking with us in the purest GPT-4 style, but it is not the only one.
So you can transcribe audio with LuzIA on your iPhone
To add LuzIA to your iPhone, access its website soyluzia.comclick on “Try it now”, press “Continue to chat on WhatsApp”, and start interacting with her.
For him to transcribe an audio, all you have to do is ask him to do it. It will then ask you to you send him the audio and tell him what format it is in. If you are going to forward a WhatsApp audio, you will have to tell him that the format is ogg, which is like an MP3 but with a bit more quality.
From there it will tell you that at the moment it cannot transcribe audio in ogg format, but a couple of seconds later it will send you the transcriptso no problem. It is quite precise, although sometimes it eats a word that it does not understand, and replaces it with an ellipsis.
It works well in general, and can be very useful in cases where you need to know the content of a voice message that you can’t hear at the moment. Imagine that you are at the cinema and someone sends you an audio and tells you that it is important. This solution would be ideal.
As you can see it is an extremely simple process. He has made a transcription for me in a couple of seconds of an audio of almost three minutes in which he raised some doubts about International Law —welcome to university life—. It is a magnificent form of AI application that, although it seems like a lot now, will surely be nothing compared to what we will see in the future.
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