Extended sample of Season 2 of The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross, dubbed using Papercup's automated AI video localization platform.
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Papercup was founded in 2017 by Jiameng Gao and Jesse Shemen with a mission to make all the world’s videos watchable in any language. Using state-of-the-art machine learning, Papercup has created an AI system capable of translating people’s voices into other languages. The delivery is indistinguishable from human speech and can also retain the characteristics of the speaker's voice. Papercup empowers content owners such as Sky News (a Comcast company), Insider, Discovery and Cinedigm, to localize their videos at scale and reach global audiences eager to watch videos in their native language; which they couldn’t access before. The London-based startup has raised millions of dollars in funding to date, with backers including leading venture funds LocalGlobe, Sands Capital Ventures, Guardian Media Group Ventures, Entrepreneur First, and BDMI, as well as media leaders Sky. For more information please visit, papercup.com.