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TrueCrypt 6.2 disk encryption software released

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| Version 6.2 of TrueCrypt has been released and includes several improvements, 
| security enhancements and bug fixes on all platforms. The open source, cross 
| platform disk encryption tool has an updated I/O pipeline that uses 
| read-ahead buffering to improve the read performance, especially on 
| solid-state drives (SSD), by around 30 to 50 per cent.    


simon - Open Source Language-Independent Speech Recognition System 

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| simon, developed as an open-source platform under the General Public License 
| (GPL) has the aim to serve as an advanced and state of the art speech 
| recognition system (SRC) for people with locomotor and cognitive 
| dysfunctions.    



HIMSS 08: IGEL Technology Presents Full Dictation and Speech Recognition
Capabilities on Linux and XPembedded Thin Clients

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| IGEL Technology, one of the world's leading thin client vendors, today 
| announced that they have partnered with Philips Speech Recognition Systems to 
| bring advanced digital dictation and speech recognition solutions to its 
| Linux firmware.   


Sphinx: Open Source Speech Recognition

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| Have you been frustrated with speech recognition software in the past? I've
| used the top proprietary products, such as IBM's ViaVoice and Nuance's Dragon
| Naturally Speaking in the past. I've found limited good uses for them, but
| they're not entirely accurate, and they're reasonably expensive.
| Carnegie-Mellon University developed a free offering called Sphinx, which may
| be a good alternative for many people, and it's now offered under a BSD
| license.



Asterisk Fuels Speech Technologies 

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| It should be noted that Sphinx is an open-source speech recognition 
| engine but as the execs at LumenVox tell me, they took Sphinx and
| added 30-35 years of development to make it commercial grade and
| easier to program with.


Automatic speech recognizer claims 98% accuracy

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| Fonix Speech has updated its automatic speech recognition
| (ASR) software that runs on Linux, among other OSes. The
| company claims that VoiceIn SE 4.1 boosts recognition by
| 24 percent, to accuracy rates as high as 98 percent, and
| offers significantly improved recognition accuracy in
| "noise-saturated" environments.


Improving Open Source Speech Recognition

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| We are essentially creating a user-submitted repository of the
| 'source' speech audio for the creation of Acoustic Models to be
| used by Speech Recognition Engines. The Speech Audio files will
| then be 'compiled' into Acoustic Models for use with Open Source
| Speech Recognition engines such as Sphinx, HTK, CAVS and Julius."


Fonix Releases Linux-Supported Automatic Speech Recognition Technology

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| "The end result is an SDK with considerably higher rates of speech
| recognition and greater usability as a language learning tool."

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