The man who helped to preserve Stephen Hawking’s iconic voice

Self-confessed geek and computer officer Peter Benie began programming computers when he was ten. A chance meeting in 2009 led to him playing a key part in the upgrading of the world’s most famous synthesised voice. The task involved thinking like a computer.

Peter Benie in the Department of Engineering (Nick Saffell)

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