A Siri for the Living RoomKevin Fitchard
Sure, using voice commands to turn on the car radio and order Chinese food on your iPhone is nifty, but iSpeech wants to elevate speech-recognition technology beyond the device and distribute it throughout our homes. Tony Stark can talk to his house in Iron Man, so why can’t you?
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