Voice recognition, with applications as varied as automated transcription and voice-operated appliances, has been sought-after since the earliest days of computing. To date, progress has been slower and more limited than nearly anyone foresaw. But now, practical applications are beginning to make a real impact on productivity, in everything from hands-free cell phones to medical records transcription. Where is this technology going now, and what are the remaining limitations? We’ll show you.
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