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31/05/2012 - John Hayes MP announces launch of JISC TechDis text to speech voices by CereProc

Leading UK advisory service JISC TechDis has today formally launched TechDis Voices, two synthetic voices - created in partnership with text to speech (TTS) company, CereProc - developed for use in the education system throughout England, at the Go On: National Digital Conference (NDC2012) in London.

04/16/2012 - Interesting article on CereProc's work with Roger Ebert

Leading text to speech (TTS) company CereProc is featured in an interesting article on smartplanet.com, discussing the company's work with Roger Ebert, the Tupac hologram and digital immortality.

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03/04/2012 - CereProc partners with Voice Business to give the Austrian Postal Service a voice

Global leader in text to speech technology, CereProc, has created the world's first Austrian text to speech (TTS) voice together with Telecommunications Research Centre Vienna (FTW), partnering with Voice Business to deliver an advanced track and trace system for the Austrian Mail Service.

03/04/2012 - CereProc featured in Science Scotland magazine

Leading text to speech (TTS) company CereProc is featured in an article in the latest issue of Science Scotland magazine. Science Scotland, the magazine of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, interviewed CereProc CTO, Matthew Aylett, to discuss the development of the company and its patented emotional speech synthesis technology.

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23/03/2012 - CereProc announces partnership to create the most realistic movie process simulation

Fanchinima AB, KTH Centre for Speech Technology and leading text to speech (TTS) company CereProc Ltd announce their partnership to create the most realistic movie process simulation using a combination of technologies from the three organisations.

14/03/2012 - Repeat CereProc and Roger Ebert documentary on BBC Radio Scotland

Just a quick reminder that the documentary Giving the Critic Back his Voice, first aired on BBC Radio 4, and featuring our voice creation work with esteemed film critic Roger Ebert, will be repeated on BBC Radio Scotland this Wednesday, 21st March, 2012 at 14:05.

14/03/2012 - CereProc showcases world's first Irish accented mobile TTS in time for St. Patrick's Day

CereProc has built the world's first mobile text to speech (TTS) voice offering an Irish accent, available for use on Android.

Global leader in advanced text to speech technology, CereProc has built the world’s first mobile TTS voice offering an Irish accent on Android, with versions available for download on Windows, Mac OS X and server platforms in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

09/03/2012 - CereProc heading to San Francisco for the Mobile Voice Conference

Leading text to speech (TTS) company CereProc is heading to California for the Mobile Voice Conference from March 12-14 2012.

16/02/2012 - Text-to-Speech Development and Support Made in Germany

“Thank you for your excellent service!” .... “Where can I try out your TTS-Voices?”..... “Nice to get you right away!”... Callers to the TTS developer team at SpeechConcept are always delighted about the customer service of this mid-sized software company. In particular, visually-impaired users welcome the support during download and installation. But also TTS integrators appreciate the direct contact to the developers and computational linguists. They are the ones familiar with all the details of the software and answer questions quickly and competently.

05/02/2012 - CereProc creates voice for New Orleans Saints hero, Steve Gleason

Former New Orleans Saints safety, Steve Gleason, is fondly remembered for a blocked punt against the Atlanta Falcons on the night the New Orleans Superdome reopened after Hurricane Katrina. He will be featured in NBC's SuperBowl Pre-Game Show tonight.

Gleason went public with his diagnosis of ALS (Motor Neuron Disease/Lou Gehrig's disease) in September 2011.

He has been working with hi-tech Scottish company CereProc to produce a synthetic version of his voice that can be used on smartphones and desktop computers.