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LOL "The VR speech engines learn quickly to adapt to your - editing." sm

Posted: May 27th, 2022 - 12:30 pm In Reply to: If you have many people working on the same account - It confuses the VR speech engines

First of all, a speech engine doesn't adapt to editing. It adapts to corrections and the voice that it hears. A typist simply correcting a report does not train a speech engine. The corrections have to be put back through the speech engine for it to see and hear the correction. VR isn't going to say oh, two or 2. It hears two, doesn't matter how you type it out, VR still hears two (if it hears it correctly). That's why VR (voice recognition) is called voice recognition. It recognizes a voice. I've done Dragon. Same thing. You have to train it to your voice. If it doesn't get it right, you correct it by typing the correction and saying the word for it to hear the correction. That's BS saying that a typist is contributing to a problem with VR. Love the two and 2 though. What confuses VR is speech it cannot understand. Voices it cannot hear, not a typist. The person speaking into the system is the one that is training VR.


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