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Speech recognition for linux (accurate as DragonNaturallySpeaking)

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I need it expressly !!
It is not a necessity for me
I dont need any speech recognition

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Old 06-17-2007, 08:31 AM   #1
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Who would be interested to have a linux machine with speech recognition ?


http://this-was-a-link-to-an-ad.com/spam

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Old 06-17-2007, 08:36 AM   #2
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yeah, this is just looking like spam now...

and there are speech recognition packages for linux.. have you even bothered looking? or do you just want to tout one random product?
 
Old 06-17-2007, 08:40 AM   #3
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yeah, this is just looking like spam now...

and there are speech recognition packages for linux.. have you even bothered looking? or do you just want to tout one random product?
I installed sphinx 2 to 4 and ISIP. Results are very low comp. to DNS. HTK is not great for users. Results, we are far behind again in linux. Dragon naturally speaking is the best, but for windows.
 
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well drop the promotion of some windows software, and get involved with the linux efforts then.
 
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Naturally Speaking is Windows software. This is a Linux board. Mismatch.

Thread closed. If you want space to advertise products that Linux users can't use, there are places on the internet to do this.
 
  


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