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2021 Highlights – a year at CereProc in a nutshell!

2021 was an eventful year for many reasons. This blog post will focalise on the key achievements that have taken place within CereProc over the course of the past year, from the creation of new language models and voices to participating in the building of the HARU social robot companion. Here you will find a highlight reel of CereProc’s wonderful projects.

11/10/2021 - My first term at CereProc

Hi Blogoshere, my name is Sasha and I’m here to share my experience as a newbie at CereProc.

I started in my role as Junior Sales & Support Assistant almost three months ago, having just completed my degree course in Politics and Russian Studies. My first step into the business world of the Tech Sector was both exhilarating and daunting (at first) I must admit – so here is a little bit about how it went:

CereProc in collaboration with Accenture has created the world’s first non-binary synthetic voice

CereProc Ltd, collaborating with Accenture Labs has created the world’s first non-binary synthetic voice that combined male and female data from transgender and non-binary individuals for the global digital assistant market. The companies have released all materials to generate the voice to the Open Source community.


CereProc’s AI-powered voice puppetry gives Sophia the Robot an even more engaging, useful and entertaining personality.

CereProc and Hanson Robotics, two leading companies in their respective fields of technology excellence, have today announced an innovative AI collaboration project based on Sophia, Hanson Robotics’ most advanced human-like robot. Sophia, using CereProc’s singing TTS system, is known for being the first robot to sing a duet with a human on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

16/11/2019 -Synthesised Text-to-Speech gives Scottish children a voice again!

Scottish children with communication difficulties can speak and sing again, thanks to new youthful male and female Scottish accented synthesised Text-to-Speech voices

The Challenge: How to bring natural age appropriate voices to Scottish children

01/11/2019 - My first month at CereProc.

Hey, I'm Jules, I started here at CereProc on September 23rd 2019. This post is about how I feel I'm settling in to the team.

I applied for CereProc around the end of July, after doing some research on the company. There were two key factors that drew me to apply for the job:

1. Their custom voice creation kit, which allowed those who were losing their voices to retain their vocal identity.
2. Their focus on voice synthesis, a topic I have been interested in for much of my life.

03/09/2019 - CereProc and LEGO collaborate to bring audio instructions to visually impaired LEGO creators

The Challenge: How to bring LEGO to those with visual impairments

Founded in 1932, LEGO has been making children’s toys for almost a hundred years, introducing the first plastic LEGO brick in 1947. Since then, it has become the world’s largest toy company with revenues exceeding £3bn in recent years. However, until recently, it was hard for those who are partially sighted to enjoy LEGO, with many instruction booklets featuring intricate instructions, often in diagrams without accompanying words.

10/07/2019 - Why commercial companies can’t afford to ignore the benefits of TTS!

CereProc has been in the text-to-speech (TTS) industry since 2005 and has always recognised the potential of the technology. Our team of experts have harnessed developments in TTS and has created a range of diverse voices for many innovative applications. TTS technology has gone way beyond the use of assistive applications and has the potential to increase commercial companies return on investment by a significant margin.

20/05/2019 - All we hear is Radio Me!

Multi-million-pound project will see AI remixing radio help people living with dementia

28/03/2019 - CereProc enters the Escape Room market!

Try and escape with Dodo, CereProc’s Glaswegian voice!

Escape Room specialists Containment in Guildford approached CereProc looking for a text-to-speech solution for their escape room. Containment was looking for a highly characterful Glaswegian voice for engineer “Fergus” who assists the trapped treasure hunters out of the SS Kranken sunken submarine with only 60 minutes of air left. Containment uses to text to speech voices to deliver clues to the users to create a truly immersive experience.