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Dictation in onenote learning tools is a very good idea (even very good ... idea).
In fact, the fact of being (having to be, having to be) online is frustrating, very, very ...
It is not practical, the online dictation, is a "contraption". Online is fashionable, online-service- can be an income for businesses - that's good! -. How boring for users! (Users with disabilities)
In the article:
PERSONALIZED SPEECH RECOGNITION ON MOBILE DEVICES
Ian McGraw, Rohit Prabhavalkar, Raziel Alvarez, Montse Gonzalez Arenas, Kanishka Rao,
David Rybach, Ouais Alsharif, Has¸im Sak, Alexander Gruenstein, Franc¸oise Beaufays, Carolina Parada
You can read the following:
"Speech recognition for dictation, search, and voice commands has
Become a standard feature on smartphones and wearable devices.
The vast majority of the literature devoted to improving accuracy
These tasks assume that speech recognition will be in datacen-
Ters on powerful servers. However, despite increases in speed and
The availability of mobile internet, speech recognition requests fre-
Quently have high latency, or even completely fail, due to unreliable
Or unavailable network connections. An embedded speech recogni-
Tion system that runs locally on a mobile device is more reliable and
Can have lower latency; However, it must be accurate and must not
Consumes meaning of memory or computational resources. "
Is a hope for offline dictation.
The writing is going long and I'm not sure what it is I wanted. What will it be?