Ray Kurzweil

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Ray Kurzweil is a person.



References

2014

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  2. "Invented in 1976, the Kurzweil Reading Machine is the world's first computer to transform text into computer-spoken word."
  3. Klatt, D. (1987) "Review of Text-to-Speech Conversion for English" Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 82(3):737-93
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  5. "Among the leaders is Kurzweil, a closely held company run by Raymond Kurzweil, a restless 41-year-old genius who developed both optical character recognition and speech synthesis to make a machine that reads aloud to the blind."
  6. Pfeiffer, Eric (1998-04-06) "Start Up". Forbes. Retrieved on 2013-01-25.
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2005

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1999

  • (Kurzweil, 1999) ⇒ Ray Kurzweil. (1999). “The Age of Spiritual Machines: When computers exceed human intelligence." Viking Press. ISBN:0-670-88217-8

1990