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used in Do You Speak American?

5 uses
  • Human speech can thus be built up artificially.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (14% in)
  • Twenty years later, Gullah has ceased to be a naturally spoken language but is kept going artificially by some as a cultural artifact and a tourist attraction.
    two — Changing Dialects: Dingbatters Versus Hoi-Toiders (17% in)
  • Mencken meant the attempts to render black speech in writing, calling it "a vague and artificial lingo which had little relation to the actual speech of the Southern blacks."
    six — Bad-mouthing Black English (6% in)
  • We had to remember, however, that this was speech not assembled from words previously recorded by a real person but synthesized from artificial components.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (16% in)
  • Even though people in general like a human voice better than synthetic one, when it's paired with an artificial face, like Baldi's, it triggers feelings of suspicion and worry.
    eight — Teaching Computers to Speak American (22% in)

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