Speaking to our devices was once a sci-fi dream of Star Trek and the Jetsons, but has rapidly evolved into a daily activity for many with smart speakers, phones and more, so why let your computer miss out on all the productive fun?
Nuance, Father of Dragons in the great Game of Vocal Tones, has fought back against the boring Type walkers beyond the wall of unspeakable silence to the North as it celebrates its signature Dragon software having turned 20 this year.
Voice and facial recognition is gaining ground as a major security measure, with more than 600 million mobile devices expected to be using the technology around the world by 2021, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
Dragonology is the official Australian user group dedicated to Dragon speech recognition and personal productivity, and its next meeting is in Melbourne, 16 March.
Now available in Australia, Nuance says its new Dragon Professional Group software helps ‘organisations and departments boost productivity and competitiveness.’
The Nuance Dragon speech recognition user group is holding its first meeting in 2016 as a virtual online webinar, with an update on using Dragon software for professionals.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is the first organisation in Australia to deploy voice biometrics as a means of authenticating customers by the sound of their voice.
If you've ever had difficulty saying g'day mate to Siri you're not alone, but Apple is moving to improve the language capabilities of its iOS personal assistant, including better support for Aussie dialect.
The contract, won in partnership with Azzurri Communications, will see Eckoh develop and implement a hosted speech recognition solution across the Council's customer service operations
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