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LingQ Unveils Groundbreaking Integration with Whisper AI
The LingQ integration with Whisper AI allows users to generate text from any audio file, including podcasts and audiobooks. This new feature enhances user experience by providing an even wider range of content to learn from, making language learning more accessible and engaging. Transcription generation happens at the click of a button and Whisper supports 99 languages.
"There is so much great audio content out there if you take songs, audiobooks and podcasts alone," said Mark Kaufmann, CEO of LingQ. "By integrating Whisper AI into our platform, we are making it possible for all LingQ users to benefit from the wealth of content out there and to do it with minimal effort, taking advantage of the power of cutting-edge AI technology."
The LingQ and Whisper AI integration is now live and available to all users. To experience the future of language learning, download LingQ from the App Store or Google Play, or access it via your web browser.
For more information on LingQ, visit https://www.lingq.com/
Since 2002, LingQ has helped millions learn languages using their content-based language learning app which harnesses machine learning to enhance and customize the users' language journey. LingQ offers 42 languages to users around the globe on their web and mobile platforms. The father and son founding team of Steve and Mark Kaufmann originally developed thelinguist.com in 2002 and rebranded it as LingQ in 2007. LingQ is one of the pioneers in language app development focused on web and mobile delivery only. LingQ has developed one of the largest foreign language libraries of authentic and interesting content. In addition to their main content-based learning activities, LingQ users also have access to online tutors, interactions on a global language community forum, community writing exchange, and integrated SRS vocabulary review tools. To ensure success, LingQ measures everything that students do including the number of words the student knows, how many words are learned, and statistics on writing, speaking, listening, and reading.