Mozilla is on a mission… and it’s a mission designed to ‘empower’ software application developers with tools to help create more STT apps.

STT you say?

Yes, that would be speech-to-text applications.

More specifically, STT apps typically depend upon voice recognition and deep [machine] learning algorithms, the kind of functionality that is not always available to every coder in every environment… but Mozillla wants to address that fact with a little democratisation.

“There are only a few commercial quality speech recognition services available, dominated by a small number of large companies. This reduces user choice and available features for startups, rese

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Mozilla talks up speech-to-text application platform
Mozilla is on a mission… and it’s a mission designed to ‘empower’ software application developers with tools to help create more STT apps. STT you say? Yes, that would be speech-to-text applications. More specifically, STT apps typically depend upon voice recognition and deep [machine] learning algorithms, the kind of functionality that is not always available […]

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