Technology to convert brain signals into speech developed by Columbia University scientists

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System uses a computer algorithm similar to those used in smart assistants, such as Apple Siri and Amazon Echo

Scientists at Columbia University have developed technology that, they claim, is able to convert thoughts into recognisable speech. The system uses speech synthesisers and artificial intelligenc...

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