The Microsoft Edge browser has a handy feature you might not know about. It can read text from sites out loud. Convenient feature for visually impaired people or if you are busy with something else. Now Microsoft is making it much better, because the voice is less like the work of the 50’s and more like modern voice assistants.
This feature is available in the latest versions of Edge for Dev and Canary, ie the new version for Chromium. After selecting any text, right-click it and then click Read aloud. You can choose from a variety of voice options. Although some of them still sound robotic, others are powered by neural networks, making them “the most natural voices.” This requires an internet connection and opposite the voice will be marked “online”.