A new service “clones” real voices so that your mom, sister, or even you can be the one giving you directions.
It’s called “My Car, My Voice,” and it’s built into Cerence, the voice software in many cars from Toyota, GM, Audi, Chrysler, BMW, and other automakers.
It’s only available for the voice assistant built into the car, not Google Assistant or Apple’s Siri.
If you can get Timothée Chalamet into your car to record some phrases for you, by all means, please do.
In case you’re wondering what it sounds like, here is Cerence CEO Sanjay Dhawan.

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