Mr. Romero visits Ms. Ochoa in Mexico monthly. When apart, they use A.I.-powered apps to connect. They exchange messages on WhatsApp and video chat as Ms. Ochoa gets ready for work. Ms. Ochoa uses her iPad to translate, while Mr. Romero uses Timekettle WT2 Edge earbuds for real-time translation. Their work hours differ, so they communicate when Mr. Romero is sleeping and Ms. Ochoa is working. In October, Mr. Romero sent a translated video message seeking Ms. Ochoa’s grandmother’s blessing before proposing. They are planning a summer wedding in Rosarito, Mexico. They are also helping each other learn Spanish and English the traditional way. In a joint interview, they chatted in both languages and expressed their love for each other.
Bridging the Language Gap with A.I. Lip-Dubbing: One Couple’s Story
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