“Curio AI,” audio journalism app


UK-based audio journalism app “Curio AI,”

Curio, the UK-based audio journalism app, has introduced “Curio AI,” a feature that enables users to create personalized audio episodes based on their prompts. Users can ask Curio AI any question or provide a prompt, and the app’s AI host named ‘Rio’ will curate an audio show using handpicked, human-narrated journalism from Curio’s extensive collection. The AI-powered feature aims to provide diverse perspectives and foster dialogue among users. Currently, in Beta, this app can be accessed for free on the company’s iOS app and web platform.

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subscription-based model

Curio has partnered with renowned news outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and New York Magazine, among others, to offer a large catalog of high-quality journalism. The company claims that Curio AI selects the best content to address users’ questions across various topics, including the US presidential election, food, and the significance of art.

Curio was founded in 2016 by Govind Balakrishnan, an ex-BBC strategist of Indian origin, and Srikant Chakravarti, a London-based lawyer. The app operates on a subscription-based model, granting users access to a curated library of audio-translated journalism.


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