Voice Recognition


Voice Recognition

The ability for a computer or machine to identify a person based upon the person's voice. For example, "voiceprint" IDs are used in banking to verify the identify of a customer over the phone. Voice recognition is also frequently used to mean speech recognition (converting speech into words).

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