Wireless Speech Recognition ..

Speech recognition is now primarily wireless; We've migrated fast, to universal wireless access-communcation devices.

Often, the speech recognition is remote based - And the better signal we send it, the better it performs.

Here, we hope you'll find ideas, technology or projects using hands free and/or mobile devices to make wireless speech recognition a rewarding and useful universal tool!

Monday, January 21, 2008


Stephen Potter has written a "What a Year for Microsoft Speech Recognition" blog post that's worth every word.

 · An Excellent Paper, on 'Speech Server Tuning', by Stephen Potter - 2004 · 

 · Steve Balmer and Mike McCuue of tellMe Networks · 

 Congratulations on a great article and the year's resounding success!


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Saturday, January 19, 2008

A dead-simple speech recognition Response Point

 eWeek's Andrew Garcia has reviewed Microsoft's VoIP Response Point system, and writes that among other things, it contains "brain dead simple" speech recognition!

 Via eWeek:"Additionally, the system can be used to answer certain common real language questions automatically. For instance, Response Point will tell incoming callers the office hours, whether they ask "What are your hours?" or "What time are you open?" or numerous other variations of that and a couple other questions."

 Bill Gates noted at CES 2008 the next decade would mark the arrival of very natural user interfaces.. and we believe this is just one of many watermarks along the way.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Navigation, solely w/ remote speech recognition!

NavStar Technologies, in partnership with Navteq, a provider of digital maps for vehicle navigation, has released "Voice Navigator" - an entirely speech recognition driven navigation device accessing only a remote server!

True, wireless remote speech recognition... via NavStar:
"No PC's, CD's, DVD's, tiny screens, difficult interfaces, or piles of 'stuff' to learn. Simply plug it in and start using it."

NavStar Navigation Device

According to NavStar, there is even "planning intelligence" built in:
Users can plan their trip ahead of time, store it and then access the planned route with the push of a button.

The device interfaces with user's mobile devices, using their wireless broadband service. Navteq's "Points of Interest" database includes over six million listings including airports, restaurants, hotels, banks, gas stations and other popular destinations, or, subscribers can state the exact address desired.

Our techie hats are off to this wonderful advance in true wireless remote speech recognition!

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