[Noisebridge-discuss] Question Re: Voice-Activated Software

jim jim at systemateka.com
Tue Mar 19 16:44:44 UTC 2013



    I put your query to the San Francisco Linux Users' 
Group and got a couple of tips for Linux-based platforms. 
Need more info? Ask, and I'll try to dig stuff up. 

Check out offerings from the Edinburgh Speech Technology Research site:
http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/
Carniegi Mellon also had something called sphinx for voice recognition.

A natural language nAPI is available for Ruby, Python, PyPI, Java 
http://dev.maluuba.com/



On Mon, 2013-03-18 at 14:55 -0700, Judith Finelli wrote:
> To Anyone in the Noisebridge Community Who Might Know:
> 
> I am disabled such that I require voice-activated software. Currently
> I am using Dragon because the agency I work with supplies me with it.
> It sometimes works fine, but right now and at other times, it stops
> working abruptly. I can't work in a document that I had been working
> fine in. Does anyone have any suggestions for really good
> voice-activated software? I would appreciate any help you can
> provide. 
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Judy
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