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Speech Recognition Enabled Wireless Applications 

Speech is the most intuitive user interface for conversation and communication. Therefore, speech recognition technology has been touted as a promising technology that will solve following problems in mobile and wireless applications: 

  • User input interface

  • Conversion of text to voice and vice-versa

While using voice-based input to business applications still in early stages of development except for simple set of commands, voice has crept into a number of IT applications.

We list the following pages on our site for relevant sub-topics:

Speech Recognition Market - Cahners Report entitled Speech Recognition Finally Comes of Age

Abstract: News Issue #2001-18 - May 2001 - This news item describes announcements from Tellme and HeyAnita that each has signed agreements with leading carriers to adopt their respective speech-recognition technology.

Speech Recognition in Telematics - Talking to Your Cellphone

Abstract: News Issue #2001-31 - August 2001 - This news item is an overview of the use of voice recognition technology in automobiles

Speech Recognition in Purchasing Applications - Qpass & Nuance

Abstract: News Issue #2001-14 - April 2001 - This news item describes Qpassí partnership with Nuance to offer voice-enabled e-wallet and m-commerce services.

OpenWave's Voice Command Browser - 

Abstract: This page describes Phone.com's agreement with Conversa to co-develop a voice navigation-enabled WAP browser.

Voice-XML Servers  from vendors such as Xora and Voice-Genie

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