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Software major IBM has developed a speech recognition technology in Hindi which would help physically challenged and less literate Hindi speakers access information through a variety of applications.
The Desktop Hindi Speech Recognition Technology developed by the IBM India Software Lab in collaboration with Centre for Development of Advanced Computing would provide a natural interface for human-computer interaction.
The technology, which helps transcribe continuous Hindi speech instantly into text form, could find use in a variety of applications like voice-enabled ATMs, car navigation systems, banking, telecom, railways and airlines, said Dr Daniel Dias, Director, IBM India Research Laboratory.
The system can recognise more than 75,000 Hindi words with dialetical variations, providing an accuracy level of 90-95 per cent, he said.
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