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27 Jul

The Daily features Enrique and Proloquo2Go's new children's voice Josh. Enrique's father Josh says: “Going from no voice to the first application was finding … a voice [for Enrique], and now from the first app to the boy’s voice is finding ‘his’ voice. From ‘a’ to ‘his’ is a big deal.”

27 Jul

Marketplace Tech Report's Marc Sanchez covers Proloquo2Go and the release of the American boy and girl voice.

26 Jul

GigaOm features Proloquo2Go and the new children's voices project. Erica Ogg reports: The task of creating speech recordings is enormously expensive and time-consuming, so it’s no wonder many companies have relied on adult voices digitized to sound more child-like. But it’s more important than you’d think for children — and their parents — to communicate with a recorded voice that sounds closer to their natural voice.

26 Jul

Bootcamp Radio interviewed AssistiveWare's David Niemeijer about the new real American children's voices.

25 Jul

The New York Times reports: "The release of Proloquo2Go’s boy and girl voices — the company also has two other children’s voices with a British accent for that market — is an indicator of new progress in the decades-old text-to-speech industry."

25 Jul

Just after the release of two authentic British children’s voices, we now have an American boy and girl voice available: Josh and Ella! 

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