Amazon has introduced a new speaking style for Alexa and also added some speaking styles for other artificial intelligence voices, the company said today. According to The Verge, the long speaking style is available to American developers who want a reading voice that sounds more natural when reading long pieces of content, such as articles or podcasts.
Amazon says the long shape style ‘powered by an in-depth learn-to-speech model’, and devices with Alexa voice are able to speak with more natural call interruptions. It follows last year with the release of new speaking styles for news and music content and a November update leaving Alexa & # 39; disappointed & # 39; or & # 39; excited & # 39; seems. The multinational tech company is also adding its news and conversation styles to Matthew and Joanna voices from Amazon Polly, its neural network-based text-to-speech AWS service, and adding its news speaking style to Lupe, its American Spanish voice.
Polly’s speaking-style voices, which are available for a few voices, and 10 new Polly voices, are also available for developers to build Alexa skills. The new voices are available in six new languages. (ANI)
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