VoCapsule Launches My Legacy Voice

VoCapsule has launched My Legacy Voice, a service that captures and protects people's voices until designated recipients want to access a replica—a clone—made with artificial intelligence.

"We understand a major problem for those who have lost someone they love. Nobody should ever say, 'I wish I could hear their voice again'," said VoCapsule Founder and CEO Brock Daily in a statement.

My Legacy Voice is a platform to register, record, and store voice data that will train a voice clone in the future. When creating a membership, a speaker will add a trusted primary recipient, such as a spouse, family member, lawyer, or estate planner, to oversee the voice in the event of death, vocal degradation, or development of a neurological condition. Members can sign up and capture their voices from desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.

Actor, rapper, and entrepreneur Ice-T is an early adopter of My Legacy Voice.

"I played my voice clone and my son didn't even recognize it as not being real, and from that point on I've been all in," he said. "VoCapsule is going to be a game changer. I really see this as the future."

Owing to the sensitive nature of voice cloning, VoCapsule implements several highly rigorous security protocols to protect personal information and audio data. The My Legacy Voice website uses server providers with ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, SOC, SOC 2, SOC 3, and PCI DSS Level 1 certifications. All AI programs used for clone generation have SOC 2 or higher certifications.

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