Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals

 

2015 Blavatnik Awards Laureate in Life Sciences, Dr. Edward Chang, Professor of Neurological Surgery and Physiology at UCSF, authors a groundbreaking study on the development of a virtual prosthetic voice, a system that decodes the brain’s vocal intentions and translates them into speech utilizing stamp-size pads containing hundreds of electrodes placed on the surface of the brain. Read the New York Times article here.

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