Speech synthesis, which is often abbreviated TTS for text-to-speech, has been helping individuals for decades. Take, for instance, scientist and great mind Stephen Hawking who communicates through a speech-generating device every day. TTS has become so common that it’s available for just about everyone through apps on smartphones and more. But it wasn’t until those apps became used in the classroom that researchers found them to help students with dyslexia.
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