The 1,000-Year Evolution of Speech and Voice Recognition

Speech recognition has come a long way.…

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From the Brazen Head to Apple’s Siri, voice and speech recognition has come a long way. Check out the significant developments along the way.  

Perhaps the most important advancement was 1978’s Speak & Spell from Texas Instruments, which made the concept fun and familiar for millions of children – some of whom might have gone on to create modern voice applications.

The only downside – those dreadful voice-controlled phone systems big corporations rely on to avoid paying humans to answer your calls. While they may work fine most of the time, if you do have a problem it always seems to result in an endless loop that requires you to hang up and start over.

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Infographic courtesy of Wavelink, which does voice recognition in the warehouse picking industry. The company was recently acquired by LANDesk.

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The 1,000-Year Evolution of Speech and Voice Recognition

Speech recognition has come a long way.…

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From the Brazen Head to Apple’s Siri, voice and speech recognition has come a long way. Check out the significant developments along the way.  

Perhaps the most important advancement was 1978’s Speak & Spell from Texas Instruments, which made the concept fun and familiar for millions of children – some of whom might have gone on to create modern voice applications.

The only downside – those dreadful voice-controlled phone systems big corporations rely on to avoid paying humans to answer your calls. While they may work fine most of the time, if you do have a problem it always seems to result in an endless loop that requires you to hang up and start over.

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Infographic courtesy of Wavelink, which does voice recognition in the warehouse picking industry. The company was recently acquired by LANDesk.

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More-latest speech technologies
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