Voice input is all the rage, with Amazon’s Echo, Apple’s Siri, Google’s Home, and so on. According to Paul Beckmann, the Founder and CTO of DSP Concepts, we’ve just scratched the surface on where this technology is going and what it’s capable of. In this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion, Paul and I talk about some specific applications, including automotive, and what it’ll take to make voice recognition something that’s way more useful than it is today. https://dspconcepts.com/
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