Tag Archive: voice recognition

Aug 10 2012

My Dragon NaturallySpeaking tweaking tips

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I’ve been an user of Dragon NaturallySpeaking for an over extended period of time; it’s a massive boost to productivity and key to getting things like emails, documentation or just getting your thoughts out on something really quick. I was recently in an online chat with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking [Nuance] team the other day in …

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Jul 27 2012

Nuance prepares to release Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

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  If you have ever visited my website before, you may have noticed that at the bottom of just about every post that’s generated on my website is a tag, right under my signature, that indicates that the post was dictated using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking to generate just about all my site …

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Jul 25 2012

Nuance set to release Nina – Virtual Assistant

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  In a world where people expect voice-recognition features from there smart phone; Nuance is the leader in voice-recognition in various products, not just smartphones and PCs. The past couple of years have been very exciting for Nuance in the respect that they’ve been able to expand from call centers and selling PC software to …

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Jun 12 2012

Televisions of tomorrow aren’t ‘Televisions’

I’ve been looking in to purchasing a new television. Well, not so much buying a new one, but I’ve been weighing in on the new ‘televisions’ and what they offer. Some of them now are really impressive. They have gotten bigger, lighter, thinner and more Internet streaming functions are being added to them [almost] daily. …

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May 16 2012

Google is building an answer brain with ‘Knowledge Graph’

Google is really working the candle at both ends with trying to build a better mouse trap [per se] to compete with Apple‘s Siri. Google knows that it can’t do the things Siri does with out giving relevant answers to the questions at hand… or presented. Google’s voice recognition has made some vast improvements in …

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Apr 04 2012

Review: Windows 8 Voice Recognition Interface Continues To Disappoint

When Windows 7 was release it has voice recognition in it. My initial thoughts on the voice recognition was that it was good, but the user interface was for crap. Now, when I did that review, it was on a beta version of Windows 7; it was a release candidate— I recall thinking, this is …

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Jan 10 2012

Could face-recognition be coming to Apple devices?

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As the battle between Google and Apple rumbles on, new features that find themselves the key selling point for one device could find themselves on a competitor’s within the year. Apple’s Siri, which became an exclusive piece of kit for the iPhone 4S, is likely to become a bigger feature for the firm’s other devices …

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Nov 21 2011

All the Apple talk is about Siri

A lot of emphasis on the iPhone 4S has been about the voice recognition application called Siri. And while I would happen to agree with the ‘cool’ level of the application and the level of integration; it’s not been without it’s problems and downsides. And in all fairness, Siri is really cool and the level …

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May 18 2011

Techie Review: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11

Somehow in the process, I was not included with the beta testing process, so I wasn’t able to get an advance copy of Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11, but seeing as how much I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking it’s really a given that I would be upgrading to a newer version; especially since Nuance has decided to update …

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Mar 10 2011

Big deal for me… Nuance PDF Converter Pro 7

I couple of years ago, I started LEHSYS with the idea to share my information, my ideas and how to’s and current technology trends with others, and maybe help a few friends and relatives at the same time. I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking a lot on the articles I write for LEHSYS; it’s simply the best— …

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