Swifter speech recognition

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in the US have developed a chip architecture that supports speech recognition at speeds 10 times faster than current software-based technology.

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in the US have developed a chip architecture that supports speech recognition at speeds 10 times faster than current software-based technology.

The technology is aimed at making it possible to search rapidly through large volumes of voice data.

Rob Rutenbar, the professor leading the project, said, "Moving these computations directly into silicon means we can perform recognition faster, cheaper, and better."




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