Marques Brownlee has this really nice comparison of Google Assistant and Siri:
If you’re interested in using speech recognition on the Raspberry Pi, check out this short tutorial on the CMUSphinx project website.
I took a few days off from life last week, went to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and hacked the heck out of SARAH. This short new video shows some of the major changes to SARAH’s UI and capabilities:
To learn more about SARAH, check out all the details at my SARAH Kickstarter project page.
SARAH is a speech interaction application for Mac OS X computers. It's a little like Siri for the Mac, though it's more limited in some ways, but also more open than Siri. It's open source, and developers can create plugins for SARAH.
I've received a lot of emails about SARAH since I first created it, so, in short, I decided to create a Kickstarter project to see if people would like to have SARAH created as a simple, easy to install Mac OS X application. (This will require several months of full-time development and testing.)
Here's a link to the Kickstarter project:
SARAH ("Sarah") is a speech recognition/interaction application for Mac OS X computers, created by Alvin Alexander. Summary info:
As I was writing my last article on the Apple VoicePass trademark, I ran into a discussion of Mac Carbon apps, and the new Mac App Store. I began to wonder, will the Mac App Store allow Carbon apps?
Apple trademarks VoicePass: I just read that Apple has trademarked the phrase "VoicePass" (or "Voice Pass"), and when I first heard the name, I assumed it stood for "Voice Password", meaning you could finally log into your Mac using a voice password instead of a text password. I'll be able to walk up to my computer, say "Soylent green is people", and the system will log me in, just like in the old tv show Millenium.
Mac speech recognition software FAQ: Can I add my own commands to the Mac speech recognition software system, and if so, how?
While the built-in Mac speech recognition software doesn't recognize voices nearly as well as Sphinx-4, it does have one virtue: You can add custom commands to it fairly easily, as long as you don't mind writing a little AppleScript.
The short story is that if you go to this folder:
Mac speech recognition software FAQ: Can you recommend any Mac speech recognition software packages?
Yes I can, but the answer depends on your needs, and whether you are a Mac consumer, or a Mac programmer. Let's take alook at the options.