Troy Baker supports NFTs from a company that creates AI voices

Troy Baker supports NFTs from a company that creates AI voices

A lot of controversy is being created around the NFT’s in the community of gamers, because in addition to the fact that some companies have started to launch their own non-fungible tokens, the well-known voice actor Troy Baker has declared himself in favor of NFTs jtogether with the company Voiceverse. This company is looking to sell AI Voice NFTs, thus replacing voice actors such as Troy Baker.

I’m partnering with VoiceverseNFT to explore ways that together we could bring new tools to new creators to do new things, and allow everyone the opportunity to own and invest in the intellectual properties they make.”, is what the message says. Troy Baker, posted on his Twitter account along with an image of him in a caricatured version.

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It is clear that Troy Baker knew that the public was not going to be very happy with the message, because he closed it by saying “you can hate Or you can create. What will it be?”. In the comments we can see the disappointment of his followers, among which are artists who consider his comment offensive, especially taking into account the stories of NFTs with stolen art to their true creators.

However, what is most worrying is that it seems that Troy Baker he did not realize what the company with which he was allied with was dedicated to, because his goal is to sell AI voices as NFTs so that their owners can use them in video games or any production they want. This kind of technology could put talented voice actors in video games out of workLike Troy Baker.

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Troy Baker He is one of the best-known voice actors in the video gamer community, since he was in charge of giving voice to Joel in The Last of Us, the Joker in Batman: Arkham Origins, Booker DeWitt in Bioshock Infinite and Agent Jonesy in Fortnite. He has been working in video games for 18 years and has more than 100 games in his portfolio.