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Asterisk speech recognition

Asterisk speech recognition is an AGI script that makes use of the Google voice recognition engine in order to render speech to text and return it back to the dialplan as an asterisk channel variable.

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  •  01 Feb 2012 17:30

    Release Notes: This release adds SSL support. Interrupt keys can now be defined by the user. There is (optional) Beep indication before recording. Recording time is now controlled by silence detection. There is no absolute timeout; the recording will terminate after a user defined (3 sec by default) period of silence, or the pressing of the interrupt key(s). There is a sample AGI script that submits queries to WolframAlpha and sets the answer as a dialplan variable.

    •  11 Jan 2012 00:07

      Release Notes: This release adds an option for user-defined timeouts, removes spaces between digits in returned text strings, and updates the documentation.


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