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The human voice can be represented as a pattern of changing audio frequencies (above). Speech-recognition systems compare human voices with patterns of known sounds of syllables and words stored in a computer. The computer makes comparisons--sometimes thousands of them--until it finds the pattern that most closely matches.
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