Speaker Responsibility for Synthetic Speech Derived from Neural Activity

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 47 (4):503-515 (2022)
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This article provides analysis of the mechanisms and outputs involved in language-use mediated by a neuroprosthetic device. It is motivated by the thought that users of speech neuroprostheses require sufficient control over what their devices externalize as synthetic speech if they are to be thought of as responsible for it, but that the nature of this control, and so the status of their responsibility, is not clear.



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Stephen Rainey
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