At MIT, the Mac helps scientists learn the language


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Deb Roy and his wife Rupal Patel have turned their house into a high-tech observatory and live-in laboratory. With the aid of their young son, the pair of academics are collecting data for the most ambitious study ever conducted on how children acquire language. So far, their Human Speechome Program has amassed more than 200,000 hours of audio and video recordings — more than 250 terabytes of data — and they’ll depend on a Mac application called TotalRecall to help them make sense of it.

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