Speech as Search Input

Validation level: 5. CHI, UIST, CSCW and TOCHI paper publication

Speech as Search Input is the use of oral commands to input a search query. You ask the computer to find you an answer. The technique often uses Artificial Intelligence technology, which can be difficult to implement.


Speech for Multimedia Information Retrieval

Conference: UIST Proceedings '95, 1995
By: Alexander Hauptmann, Michael Witbrock, Alexander Rudnicky, Stephen Reed
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