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A thoroughly poor translation!

Easily the most inappropriate voice recognition software blunder so far this year! Responding to an e-mail from a client, what I actually said to my computer: Thanks for your thorough response! But how my Dragon software translated it: Thanks for … Continue reading

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A Cruise for Crews

As I’ve said before, even though voice recognition software is continually improving, it’s still not good enough that you can close your eyes and dictate to it, safely assuming that it will get everything you’re saying right. Fortunately, I was … Continue reading

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Close, But No Cigar

Sometimes the smallest of voice recognition software errors can completely reverse the meaning of your message. For example: What I actually said to my computer: reduce joint inflammation How my voice software translated it:  produce joint inflammation Until Dragon NaturallySpeaking … Continue reading

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