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Thread Speech Recognition.
Thu, Feb 17 2022 4:41 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill

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Here's an interesting Javascript library I came across that allows you to add speech recognition: https://www.talater.com/annyang/

I haven't tried it yet with EWB.

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Sat, Feb 19 2022 10:02 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Steve Gill wrote:

> Here's an interesting Javascript library I came across that allows you to add speech recognition:
> https://www.talater.com/annyang/

> I haven't tried it yet with EWB.

Interesting.  I've added to my Nice toolkit.  Details on the components page.

Erick
EWB Programming Books and Component Library
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Sun, Feb 20 2022 1:45 AMPermanent Link

Trinione

erickengelke wrote:

> Interesting.  I've added to my Nice toolkit.  Details on the components page.


Great!!!
Sun, Feb 20 2022 12:53 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Trinione wrote:

> erickengelke wrote:

>> Interesting.  I've added to my Nice toolkit.  Details on the components page.

> Great!!!

The voice recognition system is not highly accurate,

If give it a very limited set of options, it can do a great job of classifying the data. Eg. True or False, Open or Close, etc.  But freeform text interpretation is much less accurate.   

The first returned guess is most often the closest the speaker's intention, but some of the alternatives are pretty wild sometimes, or even opposite of the intentions of the speaker.

Erick
EWB Programming Books and Component Library
http://www.erickengelke.com
Sun, Feb 20 2022 12:53 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Trinione wrote:

> erickengelke wrote:

>> Interesting.  I've added to my Nice toolkit.  Details on the components page.

> Great!!!

The voice recognition system is not highly accurate,

If give it a very limited set of options, it can do a great job of classifying the data. Eg. True or False, Open or Close, etc.  But freeform text interpretation is much less accurate.   

The first returned guess is most often the closest the speaker's intention, but some of the alternatives are pretty wild sometimes, or even opposite of the intentions of the speaker.

Erick
EWB Programming Books and Component Library
http://www.erickengelke.com
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