Intel Adds Nuance Voice Recognition Support To Its Perceptual Computing SDK Beta

Posted on Nov 29 2012 - 4:01am by Editorial Staff

In a bid to help developers introducing advanced interface methods to PCs, Intel has added Nuance speech recognition support to its Perceptual Computing SDK beta. The bets for the SDK version announced back in September at the Intel Developer Forum with the first version released in October. The beta version includes speech recognition APIs which take care of “command and control, short sentence dictation and text-to-speech.”

In order to make all the process happens, the chipmaker let you install the Beta SDK manuals onto your computer the time when you install the bets SDK. Along, with this, the manual are also available online as well as company also having a number of tutorials available to make things understand well.

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