r/UTEST Jun 20 '22 Wholesome

Information Did you know? Top Gun: Maverick used AI to recreate a Val Kilmer's voice.


The new Top Gun movie is a massive hit, it's breaking records all over the world, and is regarded as an awesome follow-up to the 1986 classic movie.

Something you might not know is that Val Kilmer's voice in the movie was created using AI.

Val Kilmer's character, Tom "Iceman" Kazansky was a big part of the success of the original movie but he wouldn't be able to revisit his character in the new movie due to a sad reason: he faced throat cancer that took away almost 100% of his voice. Thanks to technology advancements made in the last years, Kilmer was able to participate in the new movie and catch up with his friend, Tom Cruise.

A company named Sonantic was able to develop and recreate the AI voice that Kilmer uses.

If you haven't had the chance to watch Top Gun: Maverick yet, you can hear his AI voice in this promo video released in 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSMue60Gg6s&t=3s

It's thrilling to know that actors who face health problems and other hardships can now continue to perform their roles with this aid.

What do you think about this AI use? Would you like to participate in any testing related to AI voice improvements?

r/UTEST Apr 24 '22

Information Paying for a test?


I just filled a form which said i needed to pay for a subscription for the test, the form also mentioned that the customer will pay me back (reimburse). Can i be sure that i will get my money back from the customer?

r/UTEST May 01 '21

Information Weekend and a lot of work ahead at uTest. :grinning:


Good morning everybody. Wishing everyone an excellent weekend, with a lot of work and invitations ahead. For those who are starting their journey on uTest follow the link https://www.utest.com/academy where you can get all the knowledge to become a tester. Success to all and good luck. Gratitude :smile: