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Amazon releases Alexa Skills Kit with Hindi Voice model

USNMix Report: Now Alexa of Amazon will speak in Hindi,
Cleo will teach language.

Amazon said that developers can now work on Alexa Skills for customers in India, with the new Hindi Voice model available with Alexa Skills Kit (ASK).

Amazon said that developers can now work on Alexa Skills for customers in India, with the new Hindi Voice model available with Alexa Skills Kit (ASK). Amazon said that the company is ready to provide an attractive experience for Alexa users in Hindi, one of the most spoken languages in the country, for which developers will get an initial lead and they have to submit skills for authentication. 
Amazon releases Alexa Skills Kit with Hindi Voice model

Amazon will develop product for Hindi speaking customers
The company wants to develop Alexa products for Hindi-speaking customers in India, for which it can only request Alexa Voice Service (AVS) developers to make it soon. Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) is a collection of free, self-service APIs and tools that help developers develop skills and enhance their capabilities with Alexa for fast and easy.

Last year Amazon had developed a new skill category, named 'Cleo'. Through this, customers in India could learn English from Alexa and other languages. Its (Cleo) motive was to improve Alexa's language model and teach it to communicate in other languages.

In addition to Hindi, users could reply to the English words of Alexa in Tamil, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali, Telugu, Gujarati and other regional languages. Currently Alexa is available in 80 countries and speaks more than 14 different languages.

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