Amazon Polly Generative Engine Has 3 Voices

AWS is pleased to announce today the broad release of Amazon Polly’s generative engine, which comes in three voice versions: American English’s Ruth and Matthew, and British English’s Amy

Talk output that is compatible with lexicons and Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML) tags can be customised and controlled

You may turn articles into speech by using Amazon Polly, which synthesises human speech using deep learning algorithms

Amazon Polly offers hundreds of realistic voices in a wide range of languages, making it easy to create speech-activated applications

Amazon Polly speech output can be recorded and played back to prompt callers via interactive or automated voice response systems

You can also rapidly produce realistic voices and conversational user experiences with consistently fast response times

Four voice engines are currently supported by Amazon Polly: generative, long-form, neural, and conventional voices

The 2016 introduction of standard TTS voices employed to segment the waveforms and the inherent changes in speech, however, restrict the quality of speech

Introduced in 2019, neural teletext-speech (NTTS) voices rely on a neural network that processes phonemes in sequence to create spectrograms

In 2023, long-form voices will engage listeners with news stories, training manuals, and promotional films. They employ advanced deep learning TTS

Big Adaptive Streamable TTS with Emergent abilities (BASE) is a new research TTS model that Amazon scientists unveiled in February 2024