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Re: Minimal speech recognition -- discrete/command/control

On 04/29/2019 08:16 AM, Michael A Ray wrote:

Here is a link to a Hacker Public Radio podcast about the 'blather'
speech recognition system.

As far as I remember it was running on a Raspberry Pi:


I went to https://github.com/ajbogh/blather which says it is no longer being worked on.

It is also aimed at a quite different scenario.
It will run on my laptop under 32bit Debian Stretch.
It will be running continuously, sending a text stream to a single application whenever I speak.
Think of it as a voice activated typist.
Thank you.

On 29/04/2019 14:00, Samuel Thibault wrote:

Richard Owlett, le lun. 29 avril 2019 07:46:45 -0500, a ecrit:
I'm looking for speech recognition [speech to text] for command entry tasks.
My keywords are:
   discrete speech
   small vocabulary
   speaker independent [not critical]

IOW something on the other end of spectrum from Sphinx.
My background is at least a decade out of date.
I'm assuming an external amp and digitizer [cruddy sound means
unsatisfactory performance.
I prefer FOSS software.
I don't have accessibility issues -- just lousy typist.
Is this list appropriate?

The list is probably one of the places where you can find people having

Personally I don't know anything beyond sphinx and Mozilla's Common
Voice project.


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