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“Synthetic Vocal Tract” Translates Brain Activity Into Computer-generated Speech

Article   Apr 24, 2019 | by Ruairi J Mackenzie, Science Writer for Technology Networks

 
Voice to the Voiceless? Researchers Translate Brain Activity Into Speech

Study author Gopala Anumanchipalli, PhD, holds an example array of intracranial electrodes of the type used to record brain activity in the current study. Credit: UCSF

 
 
 

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