Linux Today: Linux News On Internet Time.

The Register: L&H unveils Linux speech engine

Feb 09, 2000, 16:53 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Graham Lea)

"Lernout & Hauspie has unveiled its automatic speech recognition and text-to-speech engines running on a prototype CyberGenie 2400 from Cygnion (a spin-off from Ericsson that is now funded by the WK Technology Fund). At the Demo 2000 meeting at Indian Wells, Cal."

"L&H claimed a first for its large-vocabulary engine, which runs on Linux, and makes it possible to listen to the full text, or summaries, of email. The demo included ordering a book from Amazon.com, finding the weather forecast, and carrying out a stock transaction online from a PDA, all using voice commands."

Complete Story

Related Stories: