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Continuous-speech recognition is significantly more difficult than isolated-word recognition. Words often blur together with no pauses between them, and the characteristics of a word ending depend in part on the word that follows. Moreover, silences may be difficult to distinguish from non-voiced phonemes (such as sibilants) in the presence of noise.

Tanner Labs has been working towards extending our speech recognition technology to recognize continuous speech in real time.





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