Researchers from University of California have developed a decoder that can actually help translate spoken sentences by using individual’s brain activity.
Scientists of University of California have developed a decoder that can help translate spoken sentences by using individual’s brain activity.
How does decoder work?
According to researchers, electrodes implanted in the brain would help recognize pertinent electrical signals which are decoded into assessed movements of lips, tongue, larynx and jaw.
Once the estimated movements are assessed effectively then it transforms into synthetic speech.
Commonly, the process for analyzing subjects’ silent speech is composed of recording subjects’ brain waves, and then using a computer to process the data and determine the content of the subjects’ covert speech.
The brain generates word-specific signals prior to sending electrical impulses to the vocal cords. These imagined speech signals would be analyzed and translated into distinct words allowing covert person-to-person communication.