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Microsoft’s Bing Speech API adds support for 6 new languages

Microsoft today announced that Bing Speech API has now added support for 6 new languages, with this expansion Bing Speech API Text-to-speech (TTS) service now supports 34 languages. With the Bing text to speech API, developers can send HTTP requests to the cloud, where text is instantly synthesized into human-sounding speech and returned as an […] Read More: Microsoft’s Bing Speech API
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