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News & Blog

29/09/2016 Marvin the not so paranoid android speaks with CereVoice

‘Reverse primary thrust, Marvin.’ That’s what they say to me. ‘Open airlock number 3, Marvin.’ ‘Marvin, can you pick up that piece of paper?’ Here I am, brain the size of a planet, and they ask me to pick up a piece of paper.’

"The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy: Episode #1.5" (1981)


24/05/2016 CereProc wins a prestigious tender

We’re excited to announce that CereProc has yet again beaten tough competition to win the prestigious tender from the Swedish Agency for Accessible Media (MTM) to improve their TTS offering.

We’ll keep you posted with more news as the project develops. In the meantime, here’s some interesting facts about Sweden:

• Swedish became de jure official language of Sweden only in 2009. (Interestingly, Swedish was an official language in Finland before it was in Sweden.)


23/12/2015 Cere Christmas

There are only two days left until Christmas, so we thought it would be fitting to do a quick round up of all of CereProc's 2015 achievements. Here goes!


10/11/2015 CereProc and Aristech GmbH Announce Major Partnership Win in Austria

CereProc and long term German partner Aristech GmbH - a leading supplier in the field of natural man-machine interaction - have successfully won a long term contract with Austrian Federal Railways (OBB) to equip all Austrian stations with a combination of Aristech and CereProc technologies.

OBB Group is Austria's greatest transport network, every year 469 million people board OBB's transport systems. It has been estimated that 1.3 million travellers per day use OBB's transport system to travel safely to their destination.


16/10/2015 CereProc's CSO on Radio Wolfgang

Radio Wolfgang recently produced a series: the lives of others. The documentary strand provides a unique insight into modern life, examining domestic and global stories.

One of the episodes focuses on Austro - Hungarian author and inventor Wolfgang von Kempelen and how he created his own speaking machine. The episode talks about his research on speech and how his speaking machine helped influenced others in the speech synthesis field.


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