Apple has fixed Siri’s robotic voice to a human-like one, and you can hear the difference

Apple has fixed Siri’s robotic voice to a human-like one, and you can hear the difference
Apple has fixed the way Siri speaks in a huge way since its release: from the robotic voice that we used to hear when the smart digital assistant was introduced to a much more pleasant, human-like voice in iOS 11.

How did Apple do it? It took a lot of deep learning algorithms and smart engineers to achieve that progress, and those engineers have just published a white-paper about the process over at Apple.com.



The article will interest researchers in the field, but even if you are not that interested in the technology, you could still listen to the examples provided that show the progress that has been made. Hit the source link right below and scroll all the way to the bottom, to "Table 1".

source: Apple

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