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Hands-On with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home 13.0

I’ve always wanted to try the Dragon NaturallyRecognition software, but never had the extra money to invest in the software. I caught the home version on sale for $35 (a normally $99 purchase), so I decided to test out the program. 476 more words


Skype Translator: Breaking down language barriers

Peter Lee, Microsoft Research corporate vice president, shares insights and a sneak peek into the Skype Translator, derived from decades of research in speech-recognition, automatic-translation, and machine-learning technologies. 77 more words


Using Speech to text in Ubuntu

Speech to text conversions have many applications in engineering field mostly for biomedical application and consumer electronics. When searching different libraries for achieving it we came across a suitable library for the purpose, which can be obtained from the following link. 215 more words

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How voice dictation can ease ICD-10, meaningful use burdens

Today, I’d like to relay this article from the Medical Practice Insider about speech recognition as a productivity booster and a way to curb the frustration caused byt the “unnatural documentation methods required by EHR systems.” 249 more words

The Equalizer

Speech Recognition at the Buxton Medical Practice

Today, the Equalizer hands over the mic’ to the Buxton Medical Practice, a busy training practice in the heart of The Peak District. Here is their story. 428 more words

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