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originally posted by: Riffrafter
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: chr0naut
If it's Google tech then part of what it does is auto transcribes the voice to text. Makes for tiny files.
If it's Nuance, they have been in the voice recognition business for many years. They're the folks that developed Dragon Naturally speaking and now have a boatload of commercial VR products.
Not surprised Samsung partnered with them - especially since Google is a competitor in the mobile phone space...
In October 2011, unconfirmed research suggested that its servers power Apple's iPhone 4S Siri voice recognition application.Additionally, the name "Nuance Communications" appears in files used for OS X's built-in speech recognition technology.