Apple co-founder predicts big things for Speech Recognition

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Speaking at the recent reopening of the Computer History Museum in Mountain
View, California, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak predicted key innovations for
speech recognition technology over the coming years.

Wozniak said speech recognition will advance to become more robust and
“interpret a wider variety of commands.” Such innovations could take the
technology to the next level in terms of boosting process efficiencies and
productivity.

Already, professionals in a wide array of industries utilize speech
recognition software. Many adopters of the technology laud it for near-perfect
accuracy and the ability to reduce the turnaround time for many different kinds
of reporting.

Many of the leading technology and computing companies, including Apple,
Google and AT&T, are currently working on ways to improve speech recognition
technology. All have recognized the benefits the technology offers for both
personal and enterprise computing.

Professionals in any industry looking to improve their efficiency and
productivity through the use of speech recognition can find all the information
they need at American Speech Solutions.  The website offers products from the top
speech recognition vendors, including the latest offerings from industry leader
Nuance.

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