[Noisebridge-discuss] Question Re: Voice-Activated Software
lee at lee.org
Tue Mar 19 18:06:58 UTC 2013
I did some serious looking a few years back for a cousin who needed
voice-activated software. Dragon was definitively the best voice
recognition software available. And it hadn't advanced much over several
years. Of course, it's best for writing longer messages, and less accurate
when giving short commands, but you probably already knew that.
Sorry I don't have a better option
On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 2:55 PM, Judith Finelli <judyfinelli at gmail.com>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.
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