voice recognition

What is voice recognition (or speech recognition)?

Voice recognition is the process by which a computer system recognizes spoken words and converts them into text. Comprehending human languages falls under a different field of computer science called natural language processing. Early systems required that the speaker speak slowly and distinctly, separating each word with a short pause. These systems were called discrete speech systems. More recently, continuous speech systems have become available that allow the user to speak more naturally.

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