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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange 2010 Voicemail Preview well positioned with competitors

    Interesting new study on the effectiveness of speech-to-text technologies. Nice to see Microsoft beating Google Voice with the Exchange 2010 Voicemail Preview. Interestingly, I think users will see improvements in their experiences with Voicemail Preview since we are using advanced machine learning techniques...
  • Blog Post: New top level MSDN node for Speech

    Check it out here ! Now you can go to one location on MSDN to get any docs you need for your speech application needs...
  • Blog Post: Use Tellme Studio to create voice applications

    Tobin Coziahr, from Tellme, has been kind enough to write a post describing how you can use the Tellme VoiceXML studio environment to build prototype voice applications. Thanks Tobin! --- Tellme, a Microsoft subsidiary, has a fully featured VoiceXML studio environment that allows anyone to...
  • Blog Post: Technical Preview of the Windows Speech Recognition Profile tool is now available for download!

    It's an exciting time here in Redmond, as we're finally ready to release the CTP (Client Technical Preview) of the Windows Speech Recognition Profile tool (WSRProfile for short). WSRProfile allows you to backup and restore your speech profile. It's fast, and it's easy. You can download WSRProfile here...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft sponsors the 2009-2010 AVIOS Speech Application Programming Contest

    As we have for the past 2 years, Microsoft is once again proud to announce our sponsorship of the 2009-2010 AVIOS Speech Application Programming Contest. Last year, winners of the contest received some pretty cool prizes from Microsoft, like copies of Visual Studio Professional, XBOX 360s, and Zunes...
  • Blog Post: Windows Speech Recognition Macros is now available!!

    I'm very pleased to announce that first Technical Preview of Windows Speech Recognition Macros is now available for immediate download on downloads.microsoft.com . The Windows Speech Recognition Macros tool (aka WSRMacros) extends the usefulness of the speech recognition capabilities already included...
  • Blog Post: Where does dictation work in Windows Speech Recognition?

    I get a lot of questions about dictation in Windows Speech Recognition for Vista. One of the most frequent questions is why dictation doesn't work in a particular application. The short answer is that dictation relies on a technology called Text Services Framework to interact with applications. If the...
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