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Lernout & Hauspie
May 27, 2000 Show:
Voice Software Guest:
Lernout & Hauspie is the world’s leading provider of speech and language technology products, solutions, and services to businesses and individuals worldwide.
Senior Director of Product Management, discusses Voice Xpress Mobile Professional, the newest addition to L&H's award-winning line of continuous speech recognition software products. Voice Xpress Mobile Professional includes L&H Voice Xpress Professional plus the Olympus® DS-150 Digital Voice Recorder for 75 minutes of speech-quality recording.
December 12, 1998 Show:
Evolving Speech and Language Technology Guest:
As you've noticed, telephones aren't the only things "hands-free" any longer.
Paul McNulty, Vice-President of Lernout & Hauspie's PC Applications Group, goes over the advances made in voice-type dictation. Computer "learning" times are down. Efficiency is up. Find out what else has been happening lately to voice-operated computing.
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