Law Technology News
December 1999
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Speech Recognition

Lernout & Hauspie has introduced a new General Practice edition of its L&H Voice Xpress Legal speech recognition software. It targets attorneys who provide a wide range of services, including real estate, personal injury, workers' compensation, estate planning, family and consumer law, and small business advising, says the Palm Desert, Calif., company. It includes a specialized vocabulary of legal terms and phrases, format federal and regional citations, and allows users to format, edit and navigate using intuitive, flexible voice commands.

For more information ENTER no. 399 after Clicking Here.

Dragon Systems Inc., of Newton, Mass., says its new Dragon NaturallySpeaking Mobile 4.0 includes a full copy of Dragon NaturallySpeaking Preferred 4.0.

Dragon also has announced an agreement with Intel Corp., to provide new users of Intel WebOutfitter Service with Dragon NaturallyBrowsing software.

The WebOutfitter service is available to owners of Pentium III processor-based PCs, says Dragon.

For more information ENTER no. 388 after Clicking Here.

Inside
Letter from the Editor

Tech Calendar

The Year in Review

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Emerging Technologies

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mis@The San Francisco Public Defender's Office

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Speech Recognition

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