What Software Speech-enabled Linux Distributions Work Today?
tony at baechler.net
Fri Jun 13 09:21:16 UTC 2008
Yes, but is this a commercial product? I'm sure the AT&T voices aren't
free. The poster was specifically asking about noncommercial distros.
If this is commercial, perhaps it would be better not mentioned on this
list. Also he wanted something based on Debian, not Fedora. I haven't
seen your name here before, but it looks like you're trying to hide an
advertisement for an upcoming commercial release.
Milt Reilly wrote:
> Amazability, Inc. www.amazability.com is preparing to release its Adept1
> product which uses voice recognition for command and control and AT&T's
> Natural Voices with Fedora Linux. For those who might be interested there
> was a Tech Talk given by Ken Ingham at Google, Inc, in California which
> features the Adept1. The URL is:
> It will give you some idea of what Amazability, Inc. is trying to do.
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