[asterisk-dev] Voicemail to text translation
asterisk_biz at deeptown.org
Wed Apr 4 07:13:23 MST 2007
The best speaker-independent voice recognition system at this moment is
They have consumer products like Speak Naturally, or carrier-grade
products that can recognize
and text-to-speech for many languages and channels. I tested it and I
was very impressed but it so pricey.
You may see the examples on their web site, and contact them for quote.
Here in Canada I know for sure that Rogers and Bell Canada use them for
their customer service.
All the Best!
Dean Collins wrote:
>> I did a project with a friend in high school (6 years ago) that took a
>> sound file and used speech recognition to convert what was said into a
>> text file, from there you could search that (or all) text file(s). We
>> tested with custom-made mp3s and song mp3s (It was being designed as a
>> note-taking system for our college courses). Of course, this was done
>> a Windows environment and used Sappy, but it's support that your idea
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> Ryan, I cant find a URL for SAPPY can you provide any documentation on
> this project as it's my understanding it's not possible without per
> speaker training and would be super interested in looking at what you
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