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speech recognition

Speech understanding, voice recognition Informatics The ability of a computer, through software, to accept spoken words as dictation or follow voice commands
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speech rec·og·ni·tion

(spēch rek'ŏg-nish'ŭn)
Software program used by some medical transcription departments to translate spoken language into a draft printed format that is then edited by medical transcriptionists to create a permanent record of patient care.
Synonym(s): voice recognition.
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speech recognition

The ability of a machine or computer to interpret human speech. Also known as voice recognition and speech understanding.
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*Deployment of speech recognition solutions in the consumer and retail verticals is likely to augment the overall market.
QATS' speech recognition has been shown by external evaluators to outperform IBM, Microsoft and Google on modern standard Arabic broadcast news.
For speech recognition, to analyse the effect of different data collection sites, two experiments are conducted by using different datasets.
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In addition to using speech recognition on your desktop computer, dictations and voice files recorded on the go with the Philips dictation recorder app on your smartphone can be automatically run through the speech recognition system.
The procedure is repeated for each clean speech utterance and the resulting noisy speech corpus is then processed using batch speech recognition. The resulting speech recognition performance is reported out in terms of sentence error rate (SER).
It has now become the industry standard speech recognition test and companies such as IBM, Google, and Microsoft have used the Switchboard test to test the accuracy of their speech recognition software.
Summary: Martyn Prowel, a specialist law firm, has recently deployed BigHand speech recognition in order to transform its client document production process.
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Muscat: Two academics from the Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) have published a book that examines ways to make Arabic more adaptable to speech recognition technology.
NovoSpeech, an Israel-based provider of speech recognition solutions and portfolio company of venture capital firm The Trendlines Group, announced on Tuesday that it has received a notice of allowance for its quantum search patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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