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The smart algorithm learns from corrections you make to the transcribed text. This means the more you use the software, the more accurate your results become. The software also memorizes patterns, and commonly grouped words when you speak, to predict which words are most likely to occur. This acts as an extra boost to your speech recognition accuracy.
See how to use the auto-texts feature to insert frequently used text and graphics. Zephyr-TEC's speech productivity professionals can also work with you to create customized auto-texts and macros that enable you to work faster and do more!
I would like to know where one could get started with speech recognition. Not with a library or anything that is fairly "Black Box'ed" But instead, I want to know where I can Actually make a simple speech recognition script. I have done some searching and found, not much, but what I have seen is that there are dictionaries of 'sounds' or syllables that can be pieced together to form text. So basically my question is where can I get started with this?
Also, since this is a little optimistic, I would also be fine with a library (for now) to use in my program. I saw that some speech to text libraries and APIs spit out only one results. This is ok, but it would be unrealiable. My current program already checks the grammar and everything of any text entered, so that way if I were to have say, the top ten results from the speech to text software, than It could check each and rule out any that don't make sense.
Today, voice-driven technology is thriving. Lots of software use voice chats, text-to-speech, and advanced voice assistants. Dictation features have been on the rise, too. For sure, lots of apps and websites you use daily have powerful dictation capabilities. Google Docs, Apple text editors, and, of course, Siri make it easy to turn words into typed text.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking uses a minimal user interface. As an example, dictated words appear in a floating tooltip as they are spoken (though there is an option to suppress this display to increase speed), and when the speaker pauses, the program transcribes the words into the active window at the location of the cursor. (Dragon does not support dictating to background windows.) The software has three primary areas of functionality: voice recognition in dictation with speech transcribed as written text, recognition of spoken commands, and text-to-speech: speaking text content of a document. Voice profiles can be accessed by different computers in a networked environment, although the audio hardware and configuration must be identical to those of the machine generating the configuration. The Professional version allows creation of custom commands to control programs or functions not built into NaturallySpeaking.
Like all the best speech-to-text apps (opens in new tab), Dragon allows you to compose and edit documents by voice, but you can also use the software to transcribe pre-recorded audio and browse the web.
The short version of the question: I am looking for a speech recognition software that runs on Linux and has decent accuracy and usability. Any license and price is fine. It should not be restricted to voice commands, as I want to be able to dictate text.
All the above-mentioned native Linux solutions have both poor accuracy and usability (or some don't allow free-text dictation but only voice commands). By poor accuracy, I mean an accuracy significantly below the one the speech recognition software I mentioned below for other platforms have. As for Wine + Dragon NaturallySpeaking, in my experience it keeps crashing, and I don't seem to be the only one to have such issues unfortunately.
Once you pair your android device with your computer (they have to be on the same network) you can use the android keyboard and then click/press on the mic to use Google speech recognition. As you talk, text will start to appear where ever your cursor is active on your Linux computer.
The speech rec is really pretty good and you can install Mimic, a local recognition engine. And it is cross-platform and saw an Android app I havent tried yet. My next step is reproduce some of the basic desktop shortcut commands I was hoping for in the Plasmoid, and a dictation Skill for large text fields. 2b1af7f3a8