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Voice and/or Speech Recognition: The Next Holy Grail
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Speech and voice recognition IMHO is the next holy grail for technology. If user friendly, accurate systems can be developed, we will begin a new leg of the already incredible tech run. This thread is being established to foster communication about this sector and to uncover the companies with the most promise.
Many companies are private, a few are public.
Here's a brief list:
Public: Fonix, Lernout and Hauspie, DSP Group, Microsoft, Motorola, General Magic
Private: ALTech, Nuance, Associative Computing, Fluent Speech Technology, OKI Semiconductor.
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90posting a test on an old threadJerry in Omaha-10/1/2000
89 Luc, I have the same question - how do I find good investment opportunities in Gullapalli-7/19/1998
88 industry is like a baby in swaddling clothes. After all, how many people do ypgl52-7/10/1998
87 Nope what? This industry is dead? and nothing will come out of it? Luc N.-7/10/1998
86 nope pgl52-7/9/1998
85 I am new to this thread, I think Speech Recognition could be the next great thiLuc N.-7/9/1998
84 Hi Jerry, thanks, I did like this article because it confirms what PC Magazinpgl52-7/9/1998
83 you'll like this, though it's not specific to your request. cnet.com Jerry Miller-7/8/1998
82 Speaker recognition may be the biggest prize of all. When I frist began to leapgl52-7/8/1998
81 any ideas out there how agent technology fits in with voice technology. I see pgl52-6/13/1998
80 The URL for the mag didn't work. But this one does. speechtechmag.com ThJohn T. Harbaugh-6/12/1998
79speechtechmag.compgl52-6/10/1998
78 Where does one obtain "Speech Technology Magazine" and do they have aPierre-X-6/10/1998
77 Are there any companies in the US or Europe who don't have speech technologpgl52-6/8/1998
76 IBM REINVENTS VIAVOICE SPEECH RECOGNITION SOFTWARE, MAKING IT MORE NATURAL, MOStang-6/8/1998
75 fyi: speech technology In IBD todau, 6/6/98 on pA9 is large article, "Sppgl52-6/6/1998
74 fyi from Siemens: To: Jerry Miller (2142 ) From: flickerful pgl52-6/6/1998
73 The Philips Speech Processing unit of Philips Electronics [NYSE:PHG] has annouStang-6/2/1998
72 Karl, No new thoughts; I think the industry as a whole is pausing to digest tDr. Bob-5/28/1998
71 Well, not much happening on this thread, I now have to agree with you that LHSPstuddog-5/28/1998
70 fyi: developer.intel.compgl52-5/19/1998
69 This is 100% pure speculation but could this company be Fonix's next acquisFairways9-5/13/1998
68 More from VCSI: biz.yahoo.com Lots of buzz about speech recognition. Buildinstuddog-5/13/1998
67 Take a look at XYBR & today's news. DAN D. Swoyer-5/12/1998
66Message 4424196Jerry Miller-5/12/1998
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