Lisa B. Davidson

NYU

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Professor & Chair of Linguistics at NYU,

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LA is filled with dialect coaches helping actors prepare for roles, and maybe acquire or lose an accent.

Artificial intelligence tries to help you minimize your accent. Should you use it?

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