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simulate
used in Do You Speak American?

4 uses
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Definition
make an imitation or representation of
  • Since it turns out that people respond similarly to computer-simulated faces and real people, they react negatively when their expectations are crossed.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (21% in)
  • What makes this simulation possible is the ability computers offer to break down the way we talk into small pieces of sound, to put them in a context—actually, in hundreds of contexts.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (14% in)
  • For example, the researchers deliberately substituted a real human voice recording for Baldi's computer-simulated speech.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (21% in)
  • It is obviously much harder to get machines to match the amazing human understanding of speech than it is to simulate or synthesize speech, as we saw in Cliff Nass's lab at Stanford.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (74% in)

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