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Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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I found the pasted article of interest from Chrome Unboxed, as it
relates to a recent discussion concerning using a screen reader for
producing one's audio book as an author. Evidently, US Publisher,
Wildside Press is experimenting with this machine learning process and
has released several titles as auto-narrated books. For your info:
Google wants to turn every book into an audiobook using ...
https://chromeunboxed.com › ... › News
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The upcoming feature seeks to give an auto-generated narrator's voice
to text-only books to make them more accessible and immersive. Google
Dec 5, 2020 ·
David C. Russell, Author