#30 new
Speech max

What is the Text to Speech Service and How Does It Work?

Reported by Speech max | August 7th, 2021 @ 12:21 PM

Various underlying technologies, such as deep learning tools like machine learning and artificial intelligence, have enabled text to speech technology to progress over the previous few decades. The use of Text to Speech Converter in Text to speech software, for example, has enabled the artificial representation of human-like speech in computer systems via machine learning.

Google WaveNet is an audio-generative model that can produce audio that is remarkably similar to a human voice, and it is one of the most common techniques to speech synthesis. Google's Cloud for Indian TTS, uses powerful neural networks to give the best fidelity across applications and devices, in addition to considerable research in WaveNet speech synthesis technology.

The Cloud Text-to-Speech tool now supports over 90 WaveNet voices, and the performance gap between computer-generated speech and natural human voices has been decreased by 70% thanks to WaveNet technology.

Let's have a look at some of the most popular TTS applications now.
Applications of Text to Speech Services

A printed text is scanned and read.

TTS tools can be employed in devices like reading pens that scan printed text (from any source) and convert it to digital text or act as a natural voice over thanks to their integration with optical character recognition (or OCR) technology.
On a number of personal devices, such as smartphones and tablets, TTS-enabled apps with OCR can be used.

Children that have difficulty learning

TTS tools can be a lifesaver for kids with learning difficulties like dyslexia, who find it difficult to read huge amounts of printed information. Text-to-speech can help individuals with learning difficulties improve their comprehension, vocabulary, and overall reading skills by combining visual and audio-based learning to academic material.

Providing content that may be viewed on any device

Text-to-speech technology translates any digital content, such as website content, online E-books, PDF files, and even online "news" content, into audio content that users may listen to while on the go on their personal devices. This increases their mobility by removing the need to constantly scroll and navigate a computer (or gadget) screen.

Customer service is important.

Through the use of automated (but natural-sounding) voices, text-to-speech technology can improve any business's customer service function. TTS tools can be used to improve automated voice commands and interactive voice response (or IVR) systems so that they can employ human-like speech and languages to reach a wider audience.

Comments and changes to this ticket

Please Sign in or create a free account to add a new ticket.

With your very own profile, you can contribute to projects, track your activity, watch tickets, receive and update tickets through your email and much more.

New-ticket Create new ticket

Create your profile

Help contribute to this project by taking a few moments to create your personal profile. Create your profile »

LiteBlue is united states Government website is designed and used only for postal service employees. <a href="https://www.liteblueusps.live">Liteblue</a> will help people in their career, benefits, and keep everyone connected with policies that affect their Job. Anyone should not use LiteBlue USPS to assist their performance of work for the Postal Service outside of their schedule or approved work time.

Shared Ticket Bins

People watching this ticket

Pages