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  • VocaliD: Custom-made voices for people unable to speak

    Bloomberg Businessweek - 02/11/2016

    For people rendered unable to speak by cerebral palsy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury, VocaliD’s software creates custom speech patterns that sound like the original person’s voice.

    Patel, a speech pathology and computer science professor at Northeastern, began developing her software after meeting a little girl and a grown man who spoke in the same flat, computer-assisted voice.

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