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Sphinx - a speech recognizer in java


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Hi,

this is not a hack, but it makes a lot of fun to play with.

Sphinx is a speech recognizer written entirely in Java.

It's easy to write new programs using this package (see Demos)

and use your voice as an input to control it. 

It works fine with Linux and doesn't need much configuration.

And the recognition even works fine with my foreign accent.

Together with the festival TTS System I wrote a program for

Monkey Island's insult swordfighting :-).

Homepage:

http://cmusphinx.sourceforge.net/sphinx4/

Demos:

http://cmusphinx.sourceforge.net/sphinx4/#demos

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A couple of things,

1. I believe that you are not allowed to post links if you are new (mods feel free to correct me if i am wrong) and that is a bad way to start.

2. Please don't advertise shamelessly

3. Its a decent looking tool, but I think that there are better tools out there, plus its written in java....

4. Welcome to the forums  8)

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A couple of things,

1. I believe that you are not allowed to post links if you are new (mods feel free to correct me if i am wrong) and that is a bad way to start.

2. Please don't advertise shamelessly

3. Its a decent looking tool, but I think that there are better tools out there, plus its written in java....

4. Welcome to the forums  8)

Lol... what is so bad about Java?

:P

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I know I'm not suposed to post links as a newbie, but i belive its for spam protection and i hope this was no spam.

@Swanny14: if you know any other programable speech recognizer which works under linux (and is open source), I'm eager to learn about it.

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I know I'm not suposed to post links as a newbie, but i belive its for spam protection and i hope this was no spam.

Let me clarrify something here, there is nothing saying newbies can't post links anywhere in the rules. The fact is that I noticed that spammers 1st posts always contained a link, while most regular members 1st posts didn't. So I made the choice to stop your 1st post from containing a working link to prevent spammers getting links into google using hak5.org/forums. Purely anti-spam, and the mod team will be more than happy to fix valid non-spam links if needed. Again, there are no-rules about posting links.

As for the Sphinx thingy, it looks damn cool.

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