“Personal Voice,” an accessibility tool from Apple, aids speech-impaired users. This new feature lets iPhone and iPad users record and share their voices. Reading random written prompts and recording for 15 minutes on the gadget generates the voice in 15 minutes.
Team Gleason board member and ALS supporter Philip Green praised this approach. He said communicating with loved ones and having a voice that sounds like one’s own is key. The capacity to generate a synthetic voice that sounds like ones own on an iPhone or iPad in 15 minutes is remarkable and will change many lives.
Apple claims that Personal Voice uses on-device machine learning to keep customers’ data safe. It connects with Live Speech, letting users talk to loved ones in their Personal Voice.
The internet giant recommends the function for anyone who may lose their speech due to cognitive, visual, hearing, or mobility impairments. Personal Voice is an easy and safe method to create a voice that sounds like yours, improving communication. Apple’s new accessibility feature is a major advancement and shows the company’s continuous commitment to accessibility.