Wikipedia announced on Thursday that it is collaborating with researchers from Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology to develop an open, crowdsourced speech engine that will make the online encyclopedia more accessible to people with reading or visual impairments. Wikipedia estimates that 25 percent of its user base — approximately 125 million people monthly — will benefit from the new service. And while the engine…

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