Audio Super Resolution
The audio-super-resolution AI model can be effectively used across several domains that extensively work with audio data. In the music industry, for example, the model can improve low-resolution audio files by advancing the quality of sound, ensuring a better listening experience for audiences. Similarly, this technology can be leveraged by streaming platforms or radio stations for broadcasting high-quality audio content. Podcast creators can also utilize the tool to enhance the quality of their recordings, ensuring clarity and crispness in their final distribution. Other sectors like military and law enforcement could use the model to increase the intelligibility of critical audio content extracted from surveillance or communications. Companies providing audio transcription services can also benefit from super-resolution audio to achieve more accurate transcriptions. The model can be adapted into products like audio editing software, transcription tools, or integrated into existing platforms for self-improvement capabilities. This technology has extensive potential to revolutionize how we interact with and consume audio content.
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|Llama 2 70b Chat Awq||$?||15|
|Stablecode Completion Alpha 3b 4k||$?||152|
|Samsum Llama 7b||$?||108|
|Whisper Large V3||$?||546|
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Summary of this model and related resources.
|Model Name||Audio Super Resolution|
AudioSR: Versatile Audio Super-resolution at Scale
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