Voice recognition can refer to:
- Speaker recognition, determining who is speaking
- Speech recognition, determining what is being said
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... and software can now recognise human voice, the voice can then be translated into text by speech recognition ...
... The physician dictates into a computer voice recognition device that enters the data directly into a free-text area of the EMR ...
... In 1985, Voice Response Inc ... Davenport IA, entered the fast growing Interactive Voice (IVR) response market under the direction of Bob Ross, President.http//www.fundinguniverse.com/co ... Voice recognition technology had great difficulty with regional and ethnic differences and nuances which resulted in a high incidence of error ...
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