Nuance releases technology for third-party applications

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Perhaps in an effort to spread speech recognition even further, industry
leader Nuance recently announced it will release its technology to be used on
third-party application. The company made the announcement at the recent
Macworld Expo 2011 conference.

According to a recent Macworld report, Nuance will make it easier for
developers to utilize the company’s powerful speech recognition services. With
the software development kit and integration, the uses for speech recognition
may expand, according to the report.

To start, the initiative is meant for mobile software developers, but may one
day also be available for desktop developers.

“It’ll be nice to see Nuance’s services become more ubiquitous as more
developers turn out new and updated apps,” contributor David Chartier wrote for
Macworld.

A recent Wall Street Journal report noted the rapidly increasing popularity
of speech recognition, and also predicted the technology may change
computing.

Users hoping to change their computer habits today can find a full line of
Nuance speech recognition software at American Speech Solutions. There, prospective
users can also find all the expertise and information needed to deploy the

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