Over the past few years, significant advances in automatic speech recognition (ASR) have led to an abundance of devices and applications that use speech as their main interface. The IEEE Spectrum magazine has declared 2017 the year of voice recognition; ZDNet reported from CES 2017 that voice is the next computer interface; and many others share similar views. So, just where are we with regard to the advancement of voice interfaces? This post will survey the current state of voice interfaces and its enabling technologies.
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A multi-microphone development platform for modeling DNNs, beamforming, and echo cancellation algorithms (Source: CEVA)
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