New chip could bring voice command to almost anything

We're growing more accustomed to the idea of talking to our devices, thanks to the success of products like Amazon Echo and Google Home, not to mention Apple's Siri voice assistant. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology see the trend of talking to tech continuing, which inspired them to create a low-powered chip designed specifically for automatic speech recognition. .. Continue Reading New chip could bring voice command to almost anything Category: Electronics Tags: Voice recognition MIT Chip Related Articles: Pill-dispensing "robot" knows who you are Disney's speech recognition system for kids cuts through the chatter Kawasaki's vision for emotionally responsive, artificially intelligent motorcycles leaves us cringing GoPro gadget helps users talk to their Heroes One

New chip could bring voice command to almost anything

We're growing more accustomed to the idea of talking to our devices, thanks to the success of products like Amazon Echo and Google Home, not to mention Apple's Siri voice assistant. ...

Tue 14 Feb 17 from Gizmag

Low-power special-purpose chip could make speech recognition ubiquitous in electronics

The butt of jokes as little as 10 years ago, automatic speech recognition is now on the verge of becoming people's chief means of interacting with their principal computing devices.

Mon 13 Feb 17 from TechXplore

Voice control everywhere: Chip could make it ubiquitous in electronics, Mon 13 Feb 17 from Science Blog

Chip could make voice control ubiquitous in electronics

In anticipation of the age of voice-controlled electronics, MIT researchers have built a low-power chip specialized for automatic speech recognition. Whereas a cellphone running speech-recognition ...

Mon 13 Feb 17 from Eurekalert

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