Applications of artificial intelligence in voice recognition systems in micro-computers
Calcaterra, Frank Sal
Poock, Gary F.
Roland, Ellen F.
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This research investigates the use of inexpensive voice recognition systems hosted by micro-computers. The specific intent was to demonstrate a measurable and statistically significant improvement in the performance of relatively unsophisticated voice recognizers through the application of artificial intelligence algorithms to the recognition software. Two different artificial intelligence algorithms were studied, each with differing levels of sophistication. Results showed that artificial intelligence can increase recognizer system reliability. The degree of improvement in correct recognition percentage varied with the amount of sophistication in the artificial intelligence algorithm.
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