AI project to preserve people's voices in effort to tackle speech loss

  The Guardian 

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Clinic hopes to help those at risk of losing ability to speak maintain sense of identity A pioneering centre aimed at preserving and re-creating people’s voices using artificial intelligence has opened in the US, with researchers hoping it will change the lives of people who face losing their ability to speak. Researchers say the venture – a joint effort between Northeastern University in Boston a
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