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The Role of Voice in Human-Machine Communication

by Cohen, Philip R., and Oviatt, Sharon L.

Technical Note 538
Institution: AI Center, SRI International
Address: 333 Ravenswood Ave, Menlo Park, CA 94025"
Jan 1994.

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Abstract

Optimism is growing that the near future will witness rapid growth in human-computer interaction using voice. System prototypes have recently been built that demonstrate speaker-independent real-time speech recognition and understanding of naturally spoken utterances moderately sized vocabularies, and larger-vocabulary speech recognition systems are on the horizon. This chapter reviews application areas in which spoken interaction may play a significant role, assesses potential benefits of spoken interaction with machines, and attempts to compare voice with alternative and complementary modalities of human-computer interaction.

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