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What is the meaning of "speech recognition"?

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    Speech recognition is the ability of a computer program to translate human speech into computer program.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speech_recognition

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    My speech recognition types for me. It could do other things, on telephone answering devices it switches the line to a specific channel. I hate those, as I get off on tangents that cannot help me.

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