Cellnet is to launch a speech-to-text service with the help of voice recognition specialist, Speech Machine.
The scheme, called Cellnet Dictation, will be available from 14 September. Subscribers will be able to dictate messages and have these emailed or faxed. The messages are transcribed by Speech Machine's software.
The recognition technology was developed with the UK's Defence Evaluation and Research Agency.
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