All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Speech Recognition’

Google Video Looks At ‘Science Of Talking With Computers’

Google has a new video out, which it calls a “short film” about speech recognition. It starts with the early days and works its way up to the incredible technology that’s available today (including from Google, of course…okay, it’s pretty much all Google). The description says: “Language. Easy for humans to understand (most of the time), but not so easy …

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Voice Recognition Comes To Chrome (Stable)

Google launched Chrome 25 beta last month, which included support for voice commands via the Web Speech API. Now, voice recognition has come to the stable release. Developers can use the API to to integrate speech recognition capabilities into their web apps, so Chrome users can benefit from the feature. Google has a demo here, if you want to see …

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Google Launches Chrome 25 Beta With Speech Recognition

Google released Chrome 25 in beta today, and this version of the browser is noteworthy because it supports voice commands via the Web Speech API. Developers will be able to tap into this to integrate speech recognition into their web apps. Google speech specialist and software engineer Glen Shires pretty well sums up what this means when he says, “Using …

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