DePaul Develops Sign Language Translator

Various authors, Publisher's own license, Aug 16, 2002
Commentary by Stephen Downes

This is interesting. As Syllabus reports, "A team of faculty and students at DePaul University's School of Computer Science has created a computer-generated synthetic interpreter capable of translating spoken English into American Sign Language (ASL). The program, dubbed 'Paula', uses speech recognition and sophisticated animation. UsingCRLFthe system, a hearing person speaks through a headset connected to the computer."
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