With Watson Text to Speech, you can generate human-like audio from written text. Improve the customer experience and engagement by interacting with users in multiple languages and tones. Increase content accessibility for users with different abilities, provide audio options to avoid distracted driving, or automate customer service interactions to increase efficiencies.
Easily add real-time speech-to-text capabilities to your applications for scenarios like voice commands, conversation transcription, and call center log analysis.
Tailor your speech recognition models to adapt to users’ speaking styles, expressions, and unique vocabularies, and to accommodate background noises, accents, and voice patterns.
Build smart apps and services that speak to users naturally with the Text to Speech service. Convert text to audio in near real time, tailor to change the speed of speech, pitch, volume, and more.
Give your application a one-of-a-kind, recognizable brand voice using custom voice models. Simply record and upload training data, and the service will create a unique voice font tuned to your recording.
IBM Watson Text To Speech is ranked 4th in Text-To-Speech Services while Microsoft Azure Speech Service is ranked 3rd in Text-To-Speech Services. IBM Watson Text To Speech is rated 0.0, while Microsoft Azure Speech Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM Watson Text To Speech is most compared with Amazon Polly and Google Cloud Text-to-Speech, whereas Microsoft Azure Speech Service is most compared with Google Cloud Speech-to-Text, Amazon Transcribe, Google Cloud Text-to-Speech, IBM Watson Speech To Text and Amazon Polly.
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