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Microsoft hits a speech recognition milestone with a system just as good as human ears

It’s a red-letter day at Microsoft Research: a team working on speech recognition has hit a serious symbolic goal with a system that’s as good as you at hearing what people are saying. Specifically, the system has a “word error rate” of 5.9 percent, on par with professional human transcribers. Read More
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