August, 2005

  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Come work on speech & natural language

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    My job's a lot of fun. Speech and natural language are fascinating areas to work in, with no shortage of exciting applications and challenging problems to solve. If you think you'd have fun doing this too, here are some recently opened positions...
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    Introducing SAPI 5.3

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    Vista (a.k.a. Longhorn) has a new version of SAPI: 5.3. SAPI 5.3 is an incremental update to SAPI 5.1. The core mission and architecture are unchanged across all 5.x releases. Among a variety of tweaks, SAPI 5.3 has these overall improvements: ...
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    RSS reader using SAPI

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    Michael Carbenay's built an RSS client on the .Net runtime 1.1, using COM interop to have SAPI read the feed to you: http://michael.carbenay.info/post-41.htm
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    Speech chess

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    Valentin Iliescu's written a WinFX chess application that you can play by speaking to it. Very nice. Thanks Valentin! http://www.valil.com/winfx/
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    Follow-up to speech processing of audio files

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    I was asked some questions about my Speech processing of audio files post. Jonathan Tregear asks "Is there a way to get SAPI to convert and recognize any of the WMA audio formats or other compressed formats beyond the Windows OS standard formats?"...
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    Using SAPI with C#

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    Want to use SAPI from C#? Take a look at Matt Harrington's article about using SAPI from C# to do speech synthesis . I've done a lot of talking about the upcoming managed speech API in WinFX. But I also get a lot of messages from people who are using...
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