Riga, Latvia, May 23, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- During the world globalization process, some languages became dominant and so more familiar and more important to common people.
Choosing proper name transcription and pronunciation helps baby to grow up as successful scientist, businessman, model, or politician. Even Popes are choosing significant names, when elected.
Now, thanks to freely distributed Festival Speech Synthesis System of The Centre for Speech Technology Research of The University of Edinburgh, one low cost robotic female on 24/7 work shift basis can help the whole world at once in perspective baby names selection.
i-want-baby.com project uses Festival Speech Synthesis System to generate English-like pronunciation for baby names. From aside it looks like ordinary baby names website with a difference in that it provides baby names pronunciation with help of computer generated female voice.
i-want-baby.com project is specialized on providing free of charge to use information products for educated and forwards thinking parents. Current focus is on English language products, however one can access baby names in German, Spanish, French, and Russian languages too.
i-want-baby.com project was created and is being served by company Double Solutions from Latvia, the new EU member state.
The main reason to establish this website was strong belief in that small and separated countries must integrate more into global world to give more chances in life for their citizens. For emerging countries, Internet, knowledge based economy, and proper communications language are the best available choice to find their place in the global economy and scientific community.
And the first possible step towards that is giving effective names for the babies.