Microsoft technology makes audio translations sound just like you

03/11/2012 | MIT Technology Review online

Microsoft researcher Frank Soong has developed software that could have major implications on language learning and convenience for international travelers. The program can take a person's voice and translate it into another language, while still making it sound like his or her own voice. It takes about an hour working with the program for it to start replicating your voice, Soong said.

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