I can’t stand working with voice recognition software. They were toying with the idea of moving the entire radiology department to VR but eventually canned it for a while. Too many foreign doctors with accents the software just could not map.]]>
I’m curious about it because our minister writes
out his sermons in a long-hand verbose outline style (using a water-based ink pen). We would
like to convert tapes to print and I’m gathering info. I have the version that is at least 3 years old. I also assume the software would have to be ‘trained’ for his voice (can it be trained for more than one voice?).
From what I can tell, if I had both hands free to perform corrections (it provides a very fast method of making corrections using the keyboard), it looks like it would have a very high top end. I’m betting I could approach or surpass 100 wpm on a large chunk of text.]]>