DeepSpeech goes 0.7.0

DeepSpeech 0.7.0 is the latest version of Mozilla’s open source speech-to-text engine. It was released this week together with new acoustic models trained on American English and a new format for training data that should be faster. DeepSpeech 0.7.0, a TensorFlow implementation of Baidu’s DeepSpeech architecture, is at the cutting edge of automatic speech recognition technology and yet it has gone largely under the radar. In fact it is an open source project that Mozilla has...

Install VocalizerEx  tts

Android has had support for tts since its beginnings. The clarity of sound produced by the then speech synthesizers were so poor it hurts the ears yet it was a giant leap in the world of computer speech for Android users. In this how to, we go thorough steps involved in install almost any TTS language (non-robotic), so your device can read things in your native language without problems. Plug your device on computer and...

DeepSpeech Gets Smaller

Mozilla DeepSpeech has been updated with support for TensorFlow Lite, resulting in a smaller package size and faster performance on some platforms. DeepSpeech is a deep leaning-based automatic speech recognition (ASR) engine with a simple API developed by Mozilla. The speech recognition technology and trained models in DeepSpeech are openly available to developers. Mozilla also provides pre-trained English models. The latest release, version v0.6, comes with support for TensorFlow Lite, the version of TensorFlow that’s...