Collaboratively, Project Gutenberg, Microsoft, and MIT have joined forces to produce an extensive collection of free and accessible audiobooks through innovative neural text-to-speech technology and Project Gutenberg’s vast repository of open-access e-books. Many of the books translated into audio are classics such as Shakespeare’s Taming Of The Shrew.
“In particular, we leverage recent advances in neural text-to-speech to create and release thousands of human-quality, open-license audiobooks from the Project Gutenberg e-book collection,” a team of people from Project Gutenberg and Microsoft said in a paper about the project.
“Our method can identify the proper subset of e-book content to read for a wide collection of diversely structured books and can operate on hundreds of books in parallel. This work contributed over five thousand open-license audiobooks and an interactive demo that allows users to quickly create their own customized audiobooks.”
The primary objective of this initiative is to enhance the accessibility of literature for enthusiasts of audiobooks globally and promote equal access to premium-quality audio content. Whether you are in the process of learning to read, seeking inclusive reading technology, or gearing up for a lengthy drive, we trust that you will find delight in this curated audiobook assortment.
CAST – 1 Peter 5:7 (audio book)
CAST was written for the stressed-out person or those dealing with anxiety or depression. If you are struggling in life right now, this book is for you. Do you know someone who is struggling right now? This book is for them. Visit acx.allstarpress.com to take advantage of a FREE audio version with a free trial at Audible