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Glossary:Text-to-Speech

Also known as TTS. The ability to convert textual information into synthetic speech output. Technology that reads text to the caller. TTS involves extensive libraries of spoken words, phrases, and ordinals that are combined according to the analysis of the selected text. This technology enables callers to access text content by having it read to them, instead of by having it displayed visually for them. By design, TTS is language-specific, and not all vendors support all possible languages.


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