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Microsoft reaches 'human parity' with new speech recognition system

DNA Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
Researchers at Microsoft have announced a ‘major breakthrough’ in speech recognition. The company has created a technology that recognizes the words in a conversation, just as well as a person does. The team is calling it ‘human parity’ and plans to use this technology in its personal voice assistant Cortana along with...
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