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Speech recognition is

[a]utomated conversion of spoken words into computer-based text. Some speech recognition systems recognize only one person’s voice; others are speaker-independent but recognize a more limited vocabulary. They may recognize continuous speech or, more commonly, require that slight pauses be inserted between words.[1]

Overview Edit

"Today’s speech-recognition programs build on decades of research in artificial intelligence and speech recognition sponsored by both industry and government. AT&T and IBM Corporation maintained programs in the field, as did DARPA, which seeded early work in hidden Markov models on which the first commercial products were based."[2]

References Edit

  1. Bringing Health Care Online: The Role of Information Technologies, at 223.
  2. Making IT Better: Expanding Information Technology Research to Meet Society's Needs, at 21.

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