Voice Recognition  

rm_harshawj 53M
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9/30/2005 2:06 am

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Voice Recognition

OK so computer nerd. Today a triangle experiment with Microsoft office. Built in the Microsoft office is a voice recognition system that supposedly will translate what you speak directly into type. Since I’ve been playing around with voice over IP and other different Internet technologies that figure to know what I give this a try to. So this blog entry is being written completely with the voice recognition provided by Microsoft office.

It didn’t do too bad of a job but I’ve found that when I got tired it did tend to make a few errors. It’s actually not too bad but it’s strange just dictating what you’re thinking I find that the full of my speech is not necessarily the same low as one I would write. Sometimes it gets the words correct sometimes it doesn’t and sometimes it just interprets me completely will. But you know what if you have it and you have the time to train it maybe it’s worth doing if you’re one of those people who do not like to type. It certainly times faster than I can that still is strange getting used to just speaking about typing.

So I apologize in advance if this entry is a little hard to read but like I said it was dictated without me having to type a single word. It really is a hoot. And it is really surprising how much it’s correct if you think about it.

lushgirl69 50F

9/30/2005 7:29 am

That's a handy little toy....hehe

GleesFlakyShawl 51M
1620 posts
10/3/2005 9:43 am

harsh, maybe its useful for some people who have to do lots of typing.... i know the guys from so ny have something similar too (but havent tried it)

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