Monday, November 14

Latest in Translation

My latest article, this one for Science:
Grad student Stan Jou was mouthing Mandarin Chinese, but no sounds issued from his mouth. Instead, a robotic voice from a speaker spoke for him, using inputs from electrodes glued to his cheeks and throat. The words, in English or Spanish, were part of a press conference last week at which computer scientist Alex Waibel of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and others showed off their latest toys for speech recognition and translation....

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