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Talk the Talk: Siri & Speech Recognition 1

Tuesday 24th January / presented by Daniel Midgley

Speech recognition has come a long way.

With the emergence of Siri on the iPhone, good speech recognition is within the reach of many of us. How does it work? Why is automatic speech recognition so difficult? And what tricks does Siri have up her sleeve?

UWA linguist Daniel Midgley has the answers on this episode of Talk the Talk.

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