Intel looks to trump Siri with offline voice recognition

by TabTimes Staff

January 28 2014

Virtual assistants like Apple's Siri and Google Now are useful for hands-free access to services on smartphones and tablets, but when you're offline they aren't any help.

Now Quartz reports Intel has teamed up with an unnamed voice recognition technology provider with a new solution it says can power voice commands locally without having to rely on communicating with the cloud.

The  could ultimately lead to more responsive voice commands and being able to do things like dictate emails even when you’re in the middle of nowhere.

The technology will be implemented first in Intel's recently announced “Jarvis” headset which is not yet available.

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