"We have recently released open source speech recognition library #Vosk 9 for Android ... It doesn’t require internet connection and Google services ... Supports 9 languages - English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese. More to come."
Just let me know. No point of having it laying around.
A new research study from Tactical Tech, 'Smartphone as Lifeline: Designing Technology for a Changing World' considers how data-driven technologies can be designed for the real world. https://tacticaltech.org/#/news/smartphone-as-lifeline
Do you have a pixelfed?
I don't think their is enough research about the perception of time by the subconscious.
I feel like it's the next logical step. Of course there are databases of our request to Siri, but we don't have access to it to query. With Mycroft I feel like it's our chance to push forward on memory and AI. I love my Mycroft Android app. And since I have been working with huge data sets I have servers with the space just in case compression of the data is not possible.
If I had $40,000; I'd commission someone to make a NativeScript application that emulated some of the functionality of TikTok (namely the video creation app)
That said, we need more publishing tools in the open social Web that aren't "fixed" to a protocol (or, truthfully, can support multiple protocols)
Dictation on device is the biggest and most exciting update since the first iPhone.
And it seems like he is speeding through. I feel like he doesn't usually talk this fast.
The funny part is that there are 3 big names in driverless OS and none of them are compatible. So when you talk about sensors to see other cars or people the lack of uniformity is what will cause crashes in the future.