ISD moves into voice recognition

ISD moves into voice recognition
David Manners Information Storage Devices (ISD), the analogue speech storage specialists, is moving into voice recognition via an agreement with voice recognition company Conversa. ISD says it will sample, in the second half of 1998, chips which can recognise continuous, speaker-independent, conversational speech. ISD sees applications where people want to work machines without touching or looking at them – as in cars, organisers, and digital recorders. Voice recognition today requires Pentium-level processing performance. ISD will use its proprietary technology and a Risc processor.


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