Synthesized Voice

Two smartphones staggered one behind the other, each with a conversation bubble.

A free mobile app for patients with cognitive, communication, learning, or speech disabilities or autism that facilitates communication with family members or healthcare providers who are in proximity to the patient and can provide immediate assistance.

The torso view of a man facing forward wearing a headset and a living room behind him.

A web service designed to make it easy for anyone to create a synthetic voice, with the support of a speech therapist. The service can be used without any particular knowledge and equipment.

Desktop computer monitor with black border and application screen with menu commands across the top and text underneath.

A text-to-speech desktop application that facilitates the production of static audio files.

Screenshot showing partial list of available voices.

Speech-synthesis engines that offer a selection of voices for use with text-to-speech compatible applications.

A wheelchair headrest shown with a mic attached so that it is positioned near the user's mouth. Beneath, various other included components are shown, including a smartphone.

Voice-activated cell phone dialer with voice output cell phone caller identification designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or fine motor, upper extremity, or other physical disabilities. 

Screenshot of handwritten text next to a transcription software dialogue on a Windows computer.

A range of software AAC and captioning software, specifically designed for individuals with communication disabilities, and individuals who are Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and have difficulty writing/typing, speaking, and/or reading.

Rectangular handheld device with screen showing a six-square grid with images in each section.

A handheld communication aid for people with speech disabilities that can be operated with one hand.

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Text-to-speech technology that leverages neural network techniques to provide a human‑like, engaging, and personalized user experience for customer self‑service applications.

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Automatic speech recognition software designed to increase the efficiency of customer self-service applications that uses neural network-based recognition to provide more accurate, conversational responses.

Small black square electronic device attached to a neck strap with a display showing a grid of four images.

A portable augmentative communication device for use by people with communication or speech disabilities. It consists of a PocketPC (HP iPaq 2495) loaded with Point To Pictures - Mobile (PTP-Mobile) software.