Category Archives: Voice Recognition

Personal Flying Robot

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Google Offers Local Voice Search.. 1-800-GOOG-411

A couple weeks ago Microsoft acquired speech recognition player TellMe. Now Google offers a speech recognition local search application for the phone. With this application, Google is blending the PC with the mobile phone, and will be creating another revenue … Continue reading

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What about speech recognition and TTS

Slowly we see services getting mature in the area of speech recognition and TTS(Text To Speech). Will these “translators” become the bridge between the virtual world of the web and our physical world. Will the “translator” create an AI. Will … Continue reading

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BIG words for 2007: Intuitive User Interface

Nope nothing about iPhone..but Hillcrest’s fun new gadget and a Voice Activated Information System

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Voice Recognition Software Beats Fastest Text Messenger(the video)

Couple of days ago I blogged about Nuance’s new voice recognition software.. Well here is the YouTube commercial.. Enjoy! Very impressive!!!

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Voice Recognition Software Beats Fastest Text Messenger

Ben Cook’s fingers flurried so fast you couldn’t see what he was doing until he had done it. But when the cell-phone screens cleared, the world’s fastest text messenger was handed his first head-to-head defeat Tuesday: a voice-recognition computer had … Continue reading

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Scientists develop a real Star Trek Universal Translator

A “Tower of Babel” device that gives the illusion of being bilingual is being developed by US scientists. Users simply have to silently mouth a word in their own language for it to be translated and read out in another. … Continue reading

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