Carnegie Mellon University developing real-time translator

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Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is developing a real-time translation device that works with facial movements instead of audible speech. Speakers talk silently while electrodes translate the facial movements into another language. The translated words are then sent through computer speakers or headphones in real-time which, from a third-person's perspective, looks like a normal conversation.

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