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Speech recognition

Speech recognition technologies allow computers equipped with a source of sound input, such as a microphone, to interpret human speech.

The challenge for developers of Automatic Speech Recognition(ASR) engines is that the end customer judges them on one criterion: did it understand what I said?

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