New tech promises to translate your speech into any language using your voice


On-demand translations have come a fairly long way in the past few years, but they aren’t quite as capable as the Communicator in Star Trek. San Francisco-based startup BabelOn believes it can bridge that gap with its speech synthesis technology that it says will let you translate anything you say into other languages, in your own voice. To achieve this, it’ll use its own software and custom-built hardware (no mic necessary) at its San Francisco studio to capture various attributes of how your voice sounds, and create a unique BabelOn Language Information Profile (BLIP). BabelOn’s system will then be able…

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