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Revision as of 15:05, 25 September 2015

In computer science and information technology, Speech Recognition is the act of receiving a speaker's voice as audio input within a specific program, and subsequently rendering that input into a machine understandable format within a given software program, system or platform. [1]


Speech Recognition can be best characterized as "knowing or deducing what the speaker has said".


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External Links


References

  1. wikipedia:Speech Recognition
  2. 37 Recognition APIs - AT&T Speech, Moodstocks and Rekognition: http://blog.programmableweb.com/2013/09/09/37-recognition-apis-att-speech-moodstocks-and-rekognition/
  3. Nuance Nina API: http://www.programmableweb.com/api/nuance-nina
  4. HTTP Services for Nuance Mobile Developer Program: http://dragonmobile.nuancemobiledeveloper.com/public/Help/HttpInterface/HTTP_Services_for_NDEV_v1.2_Silver_Version.pdf

See Also

Voice Recognition | STT | HCI