Natural narration (Robots) - Guy Michaels - Young Adult

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Description

A short sample of my straight British narration read. Educational. Conversational and engaging. Clear and trustworthy.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

British (England - East Anglia, Cambridge, Hertfordshire) British (England - South East - Oxford, Sussex) British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
modern robots are not unlike toddlers. It's hilarious to watch them fall over. But deep down we know that if we laugh too hard, they might develop a complex and graft to start World War three. None of humanity's creations inspires such a confusing mix of or admiration and fear. We want robots to make our lives easier and safer, yet we can't quite bring ourselves to trust them were crafting them in our own image. Yet we're terrified, Val supplants us. But that hesitation is no obstacle to the booming field of robotics. Robots have finally grown smart enough and physically capable enough to make their way out of factories and labs to walk and roll and even leap among us. The machines have arrived. You may be worried a robot is going to steal your job, and we get that. This is capitalism, after all, and automation is inevitable. But you may be more likely to work alongside a robot in the near future than have one replace you and even better news. You're more likely to make friends with robot, then have one murder. You