Computer program perfectly replicates your handwriting

© University College London It’s a common topic of conversation: the dying art of handwritten letters and more personal forms of communication. The fact is communicating through typing is very efficient. It’s faster to type and hit send than it is to write out a note or letter and then mail it to someone and texting can often convey important information much more quickly than a phone call. That doesn’t mean that the slower versions of things have lost their place in this world, they just need to be reimagined. Scientists at University College London have developed a computer program that can replicate a person’s handwriting called “My Text in Your Handwriting.” The program examines a person’s handwriting — a sample as small as a paragraph — and then lets…


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