Zoubin Ghahramani is a computer scientist and statistician. I tried Google translate but it sound a little weird. Does anyone know the pronunciation of his name? Is it from another language other than English? Or as Google translate suggests, is it a Turkish name? Thank you.
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There seems to be very little information about the origin of Gharamani's name, although his own website gives a clue.
It is likely that his family came from south-west of the Caspian Sea. Ben's comment is illuminating.
English speakers would pronounce his name /ˈzʊbɪn ˌgæræˈmα:nɪ/. He may pronounce it differently himself.
The pronunciation is Zu-Bi-N Ga-ra-ma-ni.