Speech recognition on Raspberry Pi with Sphinx, Racket and
Speech recognition usually refers to software that attempts to distinguish thousands of words in a human language. Voice control may refer to software used for sending operational commands to a computer. This is an embedded Raspberry Pi front-end for CMU Sphinx or Julius;
Google relaunches voice recognition kit for Raspberry Pi
Windows 10 IoT Core Speech Recognition One of the major feature of the recently released Windows 10 IoT Core for Rapsberry Pi was USB Audio support. This features open the …
How to control the Raspberry Pi with your voice - TechRadar
ith your voice Learn how to build your own Jasper. Jasper is an open source platform for developing always-on, voice-controlled applications. Control anything. Use your voice to ask for information, update social networks, control your home, and more. Always listening.
GitHub - Uberi/speech_recognition: Speech recognition
Speech Recognition is available only in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese and only in the corresponding version of Windows; meaning you cannot use the speech recognition engine in one language if you use a version of Windows in another language.
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Options for offline speech recognition on Raspberry pi 3
Google Voice and speech APIs are used by the application software to perform voice recognition and thats why internet connectivity is a must have for this project. What happens here is speech to text conversion in simple words. The result will be a text corresponding to the input speech on USB Microphone. Required Items: Raspberry Pi 3; USB
nux - Speech recognition for Raspberry Pi - Software
Recently, I described how to perform speech recognition on a Raspberry Pi, using the on device sphinxbase / pocketsphinx open source speech recognition toolkit. This approach works reasonably well, but with high accuracy, only for a relatively small dictionary of words.
Speech Recognition with the Raspberry Pi - observing
Speech recognition on Raspberry Pi with Sphinx, Racket and Arduino 18 Replies In this post I put together a number of things to control two LED from a Raspberry Pi with voice recognition (via Sphinx), Firmata and Arduino.