As promised, the Speech Technology News Feature about Google’s new voice search for iPhone.
A few days ago, we brought you this post about Google’s new voice search for the iPhone. And as expected, Google is being typically reticent about this development. But fear not, gentle reader: We at Speech Tech Blog are not done yet. In fact, as soon as I am done with this blog post, I […]
Today, we at Speech Tech Blog came across a strange and frightening video on YouTube. It appears to be security tape footage of a very highly strung businessman having a meltdown in a hotel lobby. He yells, punches walls, throws things, has a fit, is tackled by security. At the end of the video, a […]
According to a story in today’s New York Times, Google researchers have added voice recognition to their search software for the iPhone. According to The Times, the new application will be free and available via the iTunes store. Basically, users will be able to simply speak searches into their iPhone. The results will then be […]
Dear Readers: I am writing with a Major Announcement: We here at Speech Technology and Speech Tech Blog are pregnant. Soon, there will be another member of our ultra elite squad. We will, of course, keep you posted as to his ETA, which is, as of today, scheduled for sometime in December. Think of him […]
Takanishi Laboratory is designing a robot — the Waseda Talker-7 — that realistically replicates human speech via a 19 Degrees of Freedom Vocal System that includes lungs, vocal cords, tongue, velum, jaw, and lips. The robot makes its sounds the same way humans do: through adjustments to the aforementioned organs as air moves over them. […]
Dear Readers, I would like to introduce you to iSpeech. Readers this is iSpeech. iSpeech these are our Readers. iSpeech is a web-based solution that allows users to convert websites and blogs into audio. iSpeech has been in development for more than eighteen months and does not require users to download or install anything. They […]