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Voice Interaction in Python

by PhD Student at Auckland Univeristy of Technology on Nov 09, 2009

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Python can be used together with a speech recognition/generation engine to create voice-enabled applications. Best choice of three approaches examined is dragonfly ...

Python can be used together with a speech recognition/generation engine to create voice-enabled applications. Best choice of three approaches examined is dragonfly (http://code.google.com/p/dragonfly/). For videos, see http://bit.ly/JohnGravesPythonNoHands or http://bit.ly/JohnGravesWiki.

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  • SureshPeters Suresh Kumar, CEO at softwarebuzzer.com thanks a lot mate...this presentation very helpful in my project work.. 3 years ago
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  • jgraves1141 John Graves, PhD Student at Auckland Univeristy of Technology This presentation led to the creation of the open source project Open Allure at http://openallureds.org which has a Google Group at http://bit.ly/openalluregg and a series of short YouTube videos at http://bit.ly/openallure demonstrating what voice (and gesture) recognition in Python can do. 4 years ago
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