Speaker-Independent Voice Recognition Announced for Series 60
Apr 29, 2003, 10:48 AM by (staff)
Today at the Symbian Exposium event in London, Advanced Recognition Technologies (ART) and Nokia demonstrated ART's speaker-independent speech recognition solution for the Series 60 platform. smARTspeak XG is an embedded, speaker-independent voice interface solution - the first introduced for mass-market deployment. Based on phonemic recognition, smARTspeak XG needs no training for instant name dialing. The software also supports continuous digit dialing, command & control, and speaker dependent name dialing for nicknames and abbreviations.
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