Ever wondered what you'd sound like if you were fluent in Chinese, French or another language you don't know? New software that's in development might give you an idea. Microsoft has created a program designed to provide on-the-fly, spoken translations, in the user's own voice.
"The results can sometimes be humorous," he said. "Still, the has developed to be quite useful."
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