Proper communication is so over-rated.
What it does
English text gets translated through 10 languages then back to English. The new text then gets run through text-to-speech and then run through speech-to-text. Finally, a Levenshtein score is determined comparing the original and altered text. If the changes made are not terrible enough, the entire process gets run again.
How I built it
Python and lots of libraries.
Challenges I ran into
.mp3 to .wav, unicode, and command line arguments
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
It's truly terrible - wipes tear from eye
What I learned
I now have a better understanding of several Python libraries
What's next for terrible text
"after a painful lesson I was the second in a row" <- terrible version of "What's next for terrible text"