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That gets the Archaeology/forensic response:
Store the original recording as it will be done better in a while.
And yes a first rough cut for keywords etc.
From Dr Adrian Midgley's hand
One other project in the pipeline is to transcribe voice recordings from local residents of their wartime memories. ÂOf course that /does/ run head-on into the 'many voices/many words' scenario and training would be impossible as the recordings are already done. ÂIn this case I think the best way forward will be to listen to the recordings on headphones and repeat what they are saying myself for DNS to pick up.
On 31/01/14 07:01, Adrian Midgley wrote:
I played with ViaVoice a while back, didn't find it useful enough.
Recognising a small set of words said by anyone is fairly well solved. ÂWonky but workable.
Recognising many many words said by one person sort of solved requiring a lot of training. Â(Palm solved handwriting by deciding how people would write letters, I've not seen voice recognition approached that way but ...)
Recognising many words said by many people - not solved.
>From Dr Adrian Midgley's hand
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