Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 9th Aug 2006 05:12 UTC
Windows "Surprise surprise. Windows Vista speech recognition actually works. Contrary to what MSNBC criticize as a ‘wreck', the speech recognition technology is well developed and highly usable, says Long Zheng.
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RE: I don't believe
by Alleister on Wed 9th Aug 2006 10:16 UTC in reply to "I don't believe"
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Yes, because in the real world you always sit with a couple of thousand guests in your home cathedral.

Don't get me wrong, this surely isn't anything spectacular new, but it reflects my experiences with other speech recognition software. Usually it was enough to use a different microphone than that which you have trained it with and they stoped working.

You can be sure that no MS employee would present that software if it would not have worked when they tryed it. You know, you can think of Microsoft what you want, but there is no policy that requires MS employees to have down-syndrome.

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