CoeFont Introduces Voice Revive Project at the Voice and Language Exchange Meeting in Japan

Offering free voice replication services to individuals with speech disabilities.

4 min readDec 6, 2023

CoeFont Co., Ltd. presented at the ‘Voice and Language Exchange Meeting’ in Japan held on the 19th of November 2023 (Sunday), introducing their free Voice Revive Plan as part of their Voice for All Project. The meeting is a place where people with vocal and speaking disabilities can come together and share their thoughts and experiences. CoeFont AI Voice Platform has been offering their free ‘Voice Revive Plan’ to people who have lost their voices due to illness since September 2021, and extended the plan to people with speech disabilities in May 2023.

December 6th, 2023, 12:00 JST

CoeFont has been invited to present at the Voice and Language Exchange Meeting, an event that brings together individuals with speaking and vocal disabilities to share their experiences and thoughts. The event is scheduled for Sunday, November 19, 2023, and was organized by Dr. Shuta Tomisato from the Department of Otolaryngology at Keio University’s Faculty of Medicine.

Dr. Tomisato, a specialist in speech-related disorders, has been advising CoeFont on their work with people who have speech disorders. During the presentation, CoeFont introduced its Voice Revive Project, which aims to promote awareness and usage of voice technology among individuals with vocal problems.

Through the Voice Revive Project, CoeFont offers free voice replication services to individuals with speech disabilities, as well as those who have lost or are at risk of losing their voices.

CoeFont continues to work with patients, caregivers, medical institutions, and non-profit organizations to utilize technology to support the lives of people with voice-related issues.

Who Can Apply for The Service?

  • Individuals who will undergo a laryngectomy.
  • Individuals with ALS who are developing symptoms related to speech.
  • Individuals with speech disorders, including the following:
    - Fluency disorders (Childhood-Onset Fluency Disorder / Dysfluency)
    - Voice disorders (Spasmodic Dysphonia / Functional Dysphonia)
    - Articulation disorders (Dysarthria)
    - Situational Mutism
  • Neurological disorders impacting speech, such as Tourette’s Syndrome

How to Register for the Voice Revive Plan

  1. Select the “Voice Revive Plan” in CoeFont Page
  2. When signing up, select Free Plan
  3. Fill out the Voice Revive Plan form and provide any necessary details

CoeFont’s Voice For ALL Project

CoeFont believes it is imperative to use cutting-edge technology to support people’s lives and create a better future. As such, from day one we have been working on various projects to create a better society utilizing our technology.

Voice Right Protection Initiative

Our commitment to protecting voice rights has been unwavering since the beginning of our company’s journey, which is why our platform is designed to enable digital voice creators to retain full control over the use of their digital voices. Collaborating with leading figures in both AI and Acting communities, Coefont is working to lead the way in creating a global standard for the protection of voices.

Voice Revive and Digital Voice Gifting Initiative

Founded on the belief that everyone has the right to a voice, we have been working with patients and medical institutions in Japan to create the most natural voice replications possible and provide free digital voice creation and use to people faced with the prospect of losing their voice. We expanded coverage to people with speech disabilities. Our voice gifting project gives members the opportunity to gift a copy of their digital voices to improve the quality of life of those who have already lost their natural voices for medical reasons.

If you would like to collaborate with us on an upcoming project, feel free to reach out via this form.

Short Profile of Dr. Shuta Tomisato

As a result of his own experience with a childhood-onset fluency disorder (stuttering), Shuta aspired to become a doctor involved in clinical and research work on dysfluency. Shuta received his medical degree from Keio University in 2011, and is currently in charge of the outpatient clinic for fluency disorders at the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at Keio University Hospital, Japan. As an expert in the field, he supervised on the movies “Shino Chan Can’t Say Her Own Name” (志乃ちゃんは自分の名前が言えない) and “Black School Rules” (ブラック校則) which deal with fluency disorders.

AI Voice Platform CoeFont

CoeFont( ), an innovative AI Voice Platform using the latest AI technology to convert voices into expressive, easy-to-use digital voices which can be used with Text-To-Speech, Voice Changer, and Cross-Lingual TTS. The CoeFont platform provides immediate access to our Voice Hub with over 10,000 diverse digital voices. Whether for training sessions, internal announcements, audiobooks, promotional content, or live during meetings or streaming, these voices are always ready to bring your ideas to life.

About CoeFont Co., Ltd.

CoeFont Co., Ltd. develops and provides AI-based services, established in 2020 and registered as a Tokyo Tech Venture. We are currently conducting research on AI-based voice synthesis and providing “CoeFont” under the concept of “bringing voices to all creators.” We aim to pioneer the voice content market with easy-to-understand natural AI voices.




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