Voice Recognition

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In computer science and information technology, Voice Recognition is the capability of a software program to receive a particular user's (person's) audio input, and authenticate the voice of the speaker as being their own by programmatically matching it to a given training sample (if using for the first time), or, comparing to histogram of the user's past interactions which are continually learned against.


Voice Recognition can be best characterized as the computer or system: "knowing or deducing the identity of the speaker.



Voice-operated TV


Voice-operated Browser




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Resources


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External Links


References

  1. Adobe's VoCo voice project -- Now you really can put words in someone else's mouth: http://www.zdnet.com/article/adobes-voco-voice-project-now-you-really-can-put-words-in-someone-elses-mouth/ (it may be hard to trust the authenticity of any recorded speech in the not too distant future.)
  2. Adobe Developer Reveals Project VoCo: Software Will Function Like Photoshop, But For Audio: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/184778/20161104/adobe-developer-reveals-project-voco-software-will-function-like-photoshop-but-for-audio.htm
  3. Adobe VoCo, dubbed Photoshop for audio, ingests speech, deconstructs it, then creates new words: https://likethefuture.com/adobe-voco-lets-edit-speech-easily-text/
  4. Adobe Voco 'Photoshop-for-voice' causes concern: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-37899902
  5. Is Adobe's Project VoCo the Photoshop for Audio?: http://nofilmschool.com/2016/11/adobe-project-voco

See Also

Speech Recognition | IVR | Security | Adobe