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News & Blog

02/09/2015 Jack & Jess Are No Longer Available from HEA

In 2012, JISC TechDisc and CereProc collaborated to create two synthetic voices, Jack and Jess, to encourage the use of text-to-speech tools among students, staff and life-long learners throughout the eduction system in England. The aim of the two voices was to help enhance the learning process for users and they were made freely available to post-16 learners in education in England.


03/08/2015 Your Call.....World Premiere

Last year a cast of CereProc's TTS voices had taken to the stage for Your Call Part 1 by Kevin Jones; "One women perpetually plugged into a digital world unravelling as she listens - the comically surreal world of Your Call - a music theatre work that uses technology to explore the rocky terrain of our relationship to that technology,an ever more intimate, indispensable, sometimes intrusive presence in our lives.


30/07/2015 CereProc's First Geordie TTS Voice

National Star College student, Lewis Fisher has had cerebral palsy from a very young age and is also unable to speak. Lewis has used assitive technology throughout his life: with an eye tracker aid he is able to use text to speech to communicate with others. However, Lewis was never particularly a big fan of the standard TTS voice provided on his device as it did not reflect his Newcastle roots.


01/05/2015 CereProc and Jisc TechDis

In 2012, CereProc and Jisc TechDis worked together to produce two TTS voices Jack and Jess, to encourage the use of text to speech tools among, students, staff and life long learners throughout the education system in England. The TTS voices are free to education users and can help enhance the learning process.


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