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Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-Va., uses an AI program on her iPad at her home in Leesburg, Va., Friday, July 19, 2024. A rare neurological disease robbed Wexton of her ability to speak clearly. But with the help of a powerful artificial intelligence program, the Virginia Democrat will use a clone of her voice to deliver what is believed to be the first speech on the House floor ever given via a voice cloned by artificial intelligence, thrusting Wexton into a broader debate about over artificial intelligence.
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After a rare neurological disorder robbed her of her ability to speak clearly, Jennifer Wexton has been given her voice back with the help of a powerful artificial intelligence program.
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