Computer Program Converts Brain Signals to a Synthetic Voice
Computer Program Converts Brain Signals to a Synthetic Voice
A proof-of-principle study raises hopes that technology can give a voice to paralyzed people unable to speak.
Computer Program Converts Brain Signals to a Synthetic Voice
Computer Program Converts Brain Signals to a Synthetic Voice

A proof-of-principle study raises hopes that technology can give a voice to paralyzed people unable to speak.

A proof-of-principle study raises hopes that technology can give a voice to paralyzed people unable to speak.

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What the Brain Hears
Edyta Zielinska | Feb 1, 2012
By recording nerve impulses in sound-processing regions of the brain, researchers can recreate the words people think.