Jan. 7, 2020

What is voice search and how to use it on our website?

Voice search is a speech recognition technology that allows you to convert a user's voice query into a text form, which is then transmitted to the standard database search system. The applications most clearly associated with ...

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Jan. 3, 2020

History and usage of voice control

The first electronic speech synthesizer was invented by Homer Dudley, a Bell associate, in 1937. The device is called the Voder. And the first to get involved in speech recognition using electronics is the Soviet physicist Lev Myasnikov - he …

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Jan. 1, 2020

What is VAD (Voice Activity detector)?

VAD (English Voice Activity Detection), as well as Silence Suppression, briefly means the detection of voice activity in the input acoustic signal to separate active speech from background noise or silence. In the field of telecommunication systems, the most expensive …

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Jan. 1, 2020

A revolution in voice search

Some people believe that we are on the verge of a "revolution in voice search". Is this true or an exaggeration? Let's look at the latest statistics ...

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Dec. 26, 2019

Voice Recognition vs Speech Recognition - What’s the Difference?

With Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly becoming a staple in our day-to-day lives, confusion around the correct use of the related lingo is very common. This is especially the case in conversations between non-experts and implies some people could be vulnerable …

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