2.3 Speech Recognition and Synthesis
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2.3 Speech Recognition and Synthesis

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    Imagine a scenario. Eric Andersen has finished writing his short story. Eric wants to read the short story once before sending it to the publisher, but is tired. Therefore, he decides to use the speech synthesis feature, also referred to as the text-to-speech feature in Microsoft Windows Vista, to listen to the short story. Speech synthesis is a technology that allows the computer to speak to you by converting text to digital audio. Windows Vista has a built-in screen reader called Narrator that supports speech synthesis. A screen reader is a program that reads the text on the computer screen aloud. To support speech synthesis, your computer must be equipped with a sound card and speakers. You can configure the text-to-speech feature in Windows Vista by using the Ease of Access link in Control Panel.

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