Last week Cloud text to speech has been introduced by the Google Cloud platform blog, in response to request from Developers stating they would like to add the feature of text to speech to their own applications, compelling Google Cloud platform to bring this technology for its customers. Cloud text to speech is nothing but a conversion of the text-to-speech which is powered and made possible by the technology of machine learning. Cloud text to speech enables interactions with users all across devices and applications and supports applications which can send a rest or gRPC request. Customers will be able to experience an enhanced version buy Cloud text-to-speech feature.

The clouds text to speech makes use of advanced speech technology where in the sound of the speech is extremely natural and there is no robotics sounding voices on account of speech synthesis which is based on a collection of small fragments of speeches. The cloud text-to-speech feature is available in multiple languages and facilitates the synthesizing of natural sounding speeches with 30 different voices, for Developers. This feature not only correctly pronounce a complicated set of text including time, address, dates, and names but also allows Developers to customize the volume gain, speaking rate, pitch, and offers support to arrange of audio formats such as WAV and MP3.

On being given a text input Google’s Cloud text to speech feature generated speech waveforms one sample at a time, at a much higher accuracy level and extremely faster than previous models. This voice synthesizer by Google is powered by artificial intelligence from a British-based subsidiary called DeepMind.