Humans are flawed, from our heads to our toes, and the flaws include our handwriting. That's part of the reason computers have so much trouble impersonating people. Now scientists in England have developed an algorithm that will scan and precisely replicate a person's handwriting - but not too precisely. The software could produce printed notes that look handwritten, and also could help spot forgeries. VOA'S Kevin Enochs has more.
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