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Voice Recognition

Creaking to Critical Mass

By Dan Coolidge

DO YOU remember the scene in one of the old Star Trek movies where Kirk and Scotty have gone back to 20th-century Earth, and Scotty is charged with making some transparent aluminum? Scotty finds a metal shop that has a Macintosh, and goes to use the computer.

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The Future Is Almost Now

By Ron Collins

VOICE RECOGNITION. The mere mention of this technology draws our imaginations to a future in which we sit back and tell our computers to perform complex tasks or deliver information to us. We know that day has not yet arrived, but many trends point to a very promising future.

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