February 8, 2002
USA Today — February 8, 2002 | Janet Kornblum
Ray Kurzweil has done many amazing things in his life. He invented the first print-to-speech reading machine for the blind, wrote acclaimed books such as The Age of Spiritual Machines, and is credited with being one of our leading visionaries of our time.
His next venture? Rock stardom, dude. Specifically, he’s morphing into his 25 year old alter ego Ramona, a virtual performer who sports hip huggers and sings Jefferson… read more