The Year In Review 1999 Voice Recognition
Dragon Systems Inc.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Mobile Legal Suite, March Page 1
The package includes speech recognition software; a pocket-sized recorder; comprehensive legal vocabulary support for both Corel's WordPerfect and Microsoft's Word software; and a copy of Corel's WordPerfect Legal Suite, says the company.
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Dragon Systems Inc. and America Online, February Page 14
Dragon Systems Inc., which produces the popular NaturallySpeaking voice recognition software, has announced that it has beefed up its marketing agreement with America Online.
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Dragon NaturallySpeaking Legal Suite, March Page 41
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Legal Suite, from Dragon Systems Inc. of Newton, Mass.: The company says that the latest version of its speech recognition software includes a comprehensive legal vocabulary and other features designed to increase productivity for legal professionals.
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Dragon NaturallySpeaking 4.0, September Page 1
Dragon Systems Inc., based in Newton, Mass., has introduced Dragon NaturallySpeaking 4.0 the latest version of its voice recognition software.
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Mandarin Chinese Speech Font for PrimoVox, March Page 41
Mandarin Chinese Speech Font for PrimoVox, from First Byte, of Torrance, Calif.: The company says this allows applications to read Chinese text aloud in real time.
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Legal Vocabulary Module for ViaVoice, March Page 41
Legal Vocabulary Module for ViaVoice 98, from IBM Corp. of Armonk, N.Y.: The module can be used with any version of ViaVoice 98, reports IBM. It includes 25,000 commonly used legal terms, covering 95 percent of all words used in general legal documents.
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ViaVoice 98, March Page 41
ViaVoice 98, from IBM of Armonk, N.Y.: The system enables legal professionals and other users to speak natural language commands in order to create, edit and format documents in Microsoft Word 97, says the company and correction into a number of applications.
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Lernout & Hauspie
L.H. Voice Xpress 4.0, July Page 8
Lernout & Hauspie released L&H Voice Xpress 4.0 speech dictation software. It offers reduced set-up and "enrollment" time a simplified interface and increased Accuracy, reports L&H of Burlington Mass.
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SP2, February Page 14
Lernout & Hauspie, of Burlington, Mass., released SP2, a PC-based Cantonese speech recognition product. The program enables users to enter Chinese text by speaking into a microphone, and lets users switch to a handwriting recognition system using a graphics table, says L&H.
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L & H Voice Xpress for Legal-Litigation Edition, March Page 41
L&H Voice Xpress for Legal-Litigation Edition, from Lernout & Hauspie of Burlington, Mass.: The company says this is speech recognition software that offers vocabulary tailored for trial lawyers, including legal terms, phrases and acronyms.
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Lernout & Hauspie, March Page 45
Lernout & Hauspie announced a corporate reorganization, revamping its current four divisions to create three new divisions: Speech and Language Technologies and Solutions; Speech and Language Applications; and Speech and Language Services, reports the Burlington, Mass. company.
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Virtual Dialer, February Page 14
REGISTRY Magic says its Virtual Dialer is a plug-and-play speech-driven phonebook that allows users to place calls by simply speaking the name of the party they wish to reach.
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CyberTranscriber Talk Forms, April Page 3
The company says this is a speech recognition-enabled service that allows lawyers and other users to fill out forms using the telephone.
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CyberTranscriber, May Page 1
Speech Machines, based in Redwood City, Calif., announced the release of its CyberTranscriber for Law. The latest edition to the company's line of speech recognition services, it is designed to enable lawyers to dictate into any telephone or cell phone, and then to receive verbatim accurate transcriptions quickly, via e-mail.
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Telex Communications Inc.
Aria Desktop Dictation Microphone, February Page 14
Telex Communications Inc., of San Jose, Calif., announced the release of the Aria Desktop Dictation Microphone eliminates the need for a headset when using speech dictation software, says the company.
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Verb USB Computer Headset, February Page 14
Telex Communications Inc., of San Jose, Calif., announced the release of the Verb. USB Computer Headset supports Windows 98 and the Universal Serial Bus (USB) digital interface, says the company.
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Parrott Translator, March Page 41
Parrott Translator, from VXI Corp. of Rollinsford, N.H.: This solves voice recognition performance issues that often result from hardware incompatibility.
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The Dragon NaturallySpeaking Guide, September Page 57
Waveside Publishing, of Berkeley, released The Dragon Naturally Speaking Guide, designed to help new users with the voice recognition software program.
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