Google has recently made great progress with their speech recognition software, which is used in several open source products, e.g. Chromium Web Speech and Android Handsfree texting. I would like to use their speech recognition as part of my server stack, however I can't find much about it.
Is the text recognition software available as a library or package?
Simon, an open-source speech recognition program that replaces the mouse and keyboard and that is designed to be very flexible, allowing customization for any application where speech recognition is needed, is now at version 0.4.0. The development of Simon is progressing slowly, but in the end it will help senior cit... (read more)
Motorola’s always-on speech recognition with its “Okay, Google” hotword was a killer feature for the device, so it was kind of surprising when it wasn’t available on the Nexus 5. Sure, you can still open Google Now and perform tasks and searches by voice after that point, but with the Moto X, that voice command is always available.
I am trying to make an android application with voice recognition into it.
What I want to do is, I want to record a speech convert it into text and save it,then when ever I use the same speech or rather speak the same text my application should start in background by checking that the speech matches the saved text.
Also I want to set time intervals between 2 consecutive words that
I need to have a speech recognition in my android application . Does Google speech recognition provide continuous support for recognition rather than for a word or a phrase.
Is there any other way to implement this feature. please provide a solution if open source it will be good. Thanks in advance
Gnome-voice-control is MIA in the soft sources as is Simon. Compiling either has proven daunting even with the dated instructions. Perhaps Ubuntu changes too fast. As it is speech control seems out of reach of common 11.10 users.
Anyone have an idea what still works? (Ideally free)