By Chance Berman and Clark Baumgartner

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Nov 17, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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By Chance Berman and Clark Baumgartner

1.
Introduction

2.
History

3.
Modern Applications

4.
Case Study

5.
Ethical Analysis


Voice recognition



Speech recognition

-
converts spoken words to text.
The term "voice recognition" is sometimes used to refer
to recognition systems that must be trained to a
particular speaker.



Voice Recognition software:


began in the 1936 with ATT&T's Bell Labs.



First company to launch a commercial product was
Covox

in 1982.


Along with (or bundled) this introduction of sound
to computers came Speech Recognition.






Voice Recognition software:



Dragon Systems
.




Scansoft
, Inc.


Accuracy levels have reached 95% and better
with transcription speeds at over 160 words
per minutes!!!


Healthcare


Patients with disabilities


Deaf


RSI(Repetitive Strain Injury)


Military


U.S. program
-
Advanced Fighter Technology
Integration (AFTIF)


F
-
35 and French Mirage

aircraft.



Xbox
Kinect
:


Video/ audio input applications allow for user to
play games and surf the web via voice command.


iPhone

4s:


Siri
-

able of taking commands from user and
outputting an
aswer
.


ASIMO:


Robot made by Honda headquarters in Japan that is
capable of working in a human environment.


F
-
35

Xbox
Kinect

Siri



ER Department of the Sir Mortimer B. Davis


Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, QC.


Wireless speech recognition in the ER



Challenge



Solution


Act Utilitarianism
?


`
Social Contract Theory
?



http://www.dragon
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medical
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transcription.com/historyspeechrecognition.html



http://www.lumenvox.com/resources/tips/histor
yOfSpeechRecognition.aspx



http://www.crescendo.com/en/cstudies/wireless
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speech
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recognition
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er.php



http://gigaom.com/apple/get
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a
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taste
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of
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siri
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on
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os
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x
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with
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nuances
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dragon
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express/