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Project Gutenberg is offering audiobooks powered by AI – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 9/19/23

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According to Good e-ReaderProject Gutenberg is one of the best places to download royalty-free ebooks in a myriad of popular formats, such as EPUB and MOBI. The company has millions of monthly downloads and is one of the largest. To broaden access to classic literature, Project Gutenberg partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Microsoft to craft a vast collection of audiobooks using AI. The project releases thousands of free audiobooks to major platforms like Spotify, Apple, and Google podcasts. …”


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