Brain Decoder that Turns Brain Signals into Speech

Brain decoder is a new UCSF-developed tool that can convert brain signals into a computer simulation of the vocal tract. The electrodes are implanted into the brain of volunteers and then decoded signals in cerebral speech centres to guide a computer-simulated version of their vocal tract – lips, jaw, tongue and larynx – to generate speech through a synthesiser.

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