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Stephen Hawking's famous voice belonged to this pioneering MIT scientist

Summary by Ground News
Stephen Hawking's trademark voice was not entirely his own. It was a reproduction of the real-life voice of another pioneering scientist, Dennis Klatt. Klatt developed state-of-the-art computer systems that could transform virtually any English text into synthetic speech. The most popular voice these machines produced was the one Hawking used for the last three decades of his life.

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