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Great Teaching Ideas For a 20th Century Poetry Survey Course (Actual conversation translated by voice-to-speech software re-lineated)

Poetry selected by students will be villainously printed at the letter ass shop

to be compiled into a pamphlet or series of broadsides

letterpress edition… 1,542 more words


Front-end & back-end Speech Recognition: getting the best of both worlds

Who can type as fast as they can speak? I’ve seen speed typists but not typists on speed.

Yes, in a perfect surgery world, doctors should be able to ‘speech-enable’ the wide array of administrative tasks that fill their working day. 382 more words

The Equalizer

Amazon Is Expanding Its R&D In Cambridge, U.K., With A Focus On Prime Air Drones And Speech Tech

Amazon is expanding its R&D operations in Cambridge, U.K., with a plan to staff out a large research lab — expanding on the foothold it acquired when it… 535 more words


AT&T sells its Watson speech tech to customer care company Interactions

After spending years figuring out what to do with its internally developed speech recognition and interpretation technology, AT&T has found Watson a home. Instead of hanging out at AT&T Labs, Watson will be building virtual assistants for… 288 more words

Room Update

Some crazy stuff, let me tell you. 101 more words


Bram Stoker's Dracula and The Powers of Dictation

While Dracula may not ever wise up to dictation, the fabulous John (or Jack) Seward did. In Bram Stoker’s classic novel several chapters are devoted to asylum director and psychiatrist John Seward’s diary based on phonograph recordings regarding his patients. 143 more words

Fiction Writing