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Dictating this article to my computer: automatic speech recognition is coming of age

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Automatic speech recognition technology is following the price-performance curve of much computing technology, namely, increasing functionality at decreasing price. When it also incorporates grammar and composition rules and, ultimately, natural language processing, we will see SUIs (speech-based user interfaces) overtaking GUIs, and conversational interfaces will be the standard. The author discusses her experiences of using the NaturallySpeaking speech recognition system

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Nov/Dec 1997

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