[asterisk-users] Opensource Speech recognition for Asterisk
bruceb444 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 17:49:22 CDT 2010
Both ZanziIVR and Speechforge have similar look web pages. I guess you have
used one of those to get the speech going as this link:
http://scribblej.com/svn/ probably is not the full thing.
These seem like practical project. Thanks for pointing out. This is what I
was looking for.
Now starts the try to get these installed and tested.
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 7:30 AM, Bob Kleiner <bob.kleiner at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks guys. A lot of info here :-)
> > I am wondering if anyone followed this and it was working for them:
> > http://scribblej.com/svn/
> > ???
> Hello Bruce
> We successfully deployed it and now saving thousands on commercial ASR
> ports. It seems users are rather happy with it. The recognition seems
> pretty accurate. Of course it has it's own limitations but so any
> other technology. It will not hurt if some of your users will benefit
> from ASR.
> > I am not looking for anything fancy. The basic "yes", "no", dialing a
> > number, asking for agent, etc...out of which probably the hardest is a 10
> > digit number to be asked to be dialed.
> Yes, that should work. It also supports JSGF grammars, so you should
> be able to recognize digit strings easily.
> And if you want something serious, there are at least two open source
> providing ASR over standard MRCP protocol. They also use CMUSphinx, so
> provide the same accuracy
> Zanzibar http://www.spokentech.org/writing-speechlets.html
> Cairo http://www.speechforge.org/
> Though Cairo is a bit dated.
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