synthetic speech

Related to synthetic speech: Speech synthesizer

synthetic speech

n.
Speech that is produced by an electronic synthesizer activated by a keyboard, enabling individuals who are incapable of speech to communicate.
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For an example of the last, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, were able this year to hook people up to brain monitors and generate natural-sounding synthetic speech out of mere brain activity.
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Although natural speech signal processing is the mostly researched, traditionally, with the growth of information technologies a lot of papers are dedicated to synthetic speech signal processing, due to its' importance in education (distance learning, foreign languages, blind individuals) and automatic recognition [3], [4].
All mathematical content--wherever it is found in digital environments--will be able to be spoken by synthetic speech engines just as easily as plain text, seamlessly served to braille displays, copied and pasted from one document to another, easily plugged into other software for manipulation and graphing--you name it, and it will just work--and it won't matter if you are blind or sighted.
In just a few hours a computer can use synthetic speech to generate a whole audiobook.

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