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Siri may soon get the voice of Star Trek’s computer


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Although neither Apple nor Roddenberry have confirmed the news, the announcement of Siri getting Star Trek voice has excited the fans.

Also, be aware that the console versions do not yet support the most recent expansion pack to Star Trek Online, Agents of Yesterday, which sends players back in time to the setting of the Original Series. And to appeal even more to the loyalists of the franchise, the game employs the talents of “Star Trek” actors Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine), Michael Dorn (Worf) and Tim Russ (Tuvok).

Only one character for “Star Trek: Discovery” is known up to now, the female lead, which will be referred to as “Number One“, a lieutenant commander of Discovery.

In Star Trek Online, customize your Captain and enjoy your very own Star Trek experience with over 125 episodes through multiple story arcs, featuring content in both space and ground. I mean, you meet people now – I was talking to a young student recently, and I mentioned that I worked on “Star Trek”, and they said, “Oh, the old one?”

We’re not knocking the big-screen adventures Captain Kirk, Spock and Bones have taken, nor are we shunning the trips Picard, Ryker and Data took throughout their movie tenure. Reports say that “Star Trek” is the most enduring science fiction film and television franchise and this three-day convention marks its supremacy in pop culture all over the U.S. Whereas “Star Trek: The Original Series” reflected the uncertainty, instability and violence of its time, West said, the Enterprise crew in “The Next Generation” “really seemed on a mission of peace and exploration, not about to conquer anything or promote war, not out to conquer other planets”.

Along with an interface of touch-sensitive surfaces, LCARS also allowed users on Starfleet vessels and facilities to interact conversationally with the computer. “There are plenty of stories in the universe to be told’”.

Also at the Javits Center was a panel of actual NASA scientists discussing the science behind Star Trek and the real-life technology that could one day enable space travel. I think it’s coming from God, and it will be unprecedented.

Specifically, the voice of the computer on Star Trek’s iconic fictional spacecraft, the Enterprise.

Of course, as the folks at CNET have pointed out: Majel Barrett-Roddenberry’s Star Trek legacy extends far beyond the voice of LCARS.

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