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speech synthesizer

Etymology: AS, spaec + Gk, synthesis, placing together
an electronic apparatus with a keyboard that produces sounds that imitate the human voice.

speech synthesizer

An electronic device for producing speech. Activated by a keyboard, it permits persons lacking the ability to speak to communicate.
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Work already undertaken has enhanced the performance of this type of speech synthesis voice and provided variants to restore emotions and intentions.
Toshiba provides online speech synthesis cloud service for entertainment, PR and educational use.
Many systems based on formant synthesis technology generate artificial, robotic-sounding However, maximum naturalness is not always the goal of a speech synthesis system, and hence formant synthesis systems have advantages over concatenative systems, where naturalness is not major concern.
Speech synthesis technology, which reads text out loud, is used in a wide range of situations, such as to broadcast constantly changing traffic conditions, for disaster prevention announcements by municipal authorities to convey information to local residents, and in art galleries and museums for audio guides.
tv/ - the sparkling laboratory of Acapela Group, for a fresh and exciting take on how speech synthesis can now be used: acapela.
The keen and ever growing interest of Internet users for speech synthesis shows no signs of abating.
It's also a step forward to satisfying communities of fans, from Greenland to Chile, who have become enthusiastic users of talking greeting cards and have widely adopted speech synthesis as a fun and friendly way to communicate.
Cepstral will provide effective speech synthesis in major program areas, where constraints may include field versatility and adaptability, on-device deployment, and software delivery of voices and voice information.
org/ -- Today, the W3C announced the results of the second Workshop on Speech Synthesis Markup Language, where speech experts from around the world presented ideas for expanding the range of languages supported by SSML 1.
WATSON is based on BLASR(TM) Speech Recognition and FlexTalk(TM) Speech Synthesis developed by AT&T Bell Laboratories.