So, if we talk about Voice Control Recognition, there are two types inside of it. The first one is Text-Dependent and the second one is Text-Independent. Let us explain:
Speaker-Dependent — this type is very strict with the words that are already spoken by the person. The words need to be specific & clear to break authentication and identify verification. Once it gets wrong, the AI can’t understand what’s your command.
Speaker-Independent — this type is different. Users do not need to be specific & strictly spoke some words. AI algorithms can understand and do authentication on every single word that comes into conversation speech. Feel free to give commands as you wish.
1. Audio Analysis & Audio Split.
First, we must know that both types of Voice Control Recognition are totally different. Each of them has their own method. Text Dependent is more focused on speech recognition only, which is using the words very focused, to create a good translation of verbal form to a text one.
Meanwhile, Independent Text places more emphasis on speech recognition, ensuring that voices are recognized, and it identifies voices of individual users. By analyzing the pattern and sequence of a person's voice so that the identification of a particular person's voice can be carried out.
2. Change analog audio into digital audio format.
Computer voice recognition software requires analog audio to be transformed into digital signals, a process known as analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion.
To interpret a signal, a computer needs to have an online database of words to speed up the process of matching this data to signals. When the application is started, the speech patterns are saved to the hard drive and placed into memory.
1. Smart TVs: Many modern smart TVs are equipped with built-in voice control recognition, allowing users to change channels, adjust volume, search for content, and control other TV functions using voice commands. This hands-free approach simplifies the user experience and makes it easier for individuals with mobility challenges to operate their TVs.
2. Video Conferencing and Collaboration: Voice control recognition can be used in video conferencing and collaboration tools to control various aspects of the virtual meeting, such as muting/unmuting microphones, starting or ending calls, and sharing content.
3. Voice Assistants in AV Receivers: Some AV receivers and soundbars come with built-in voice assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Users can control both their audio devices and smart home components using voice commands, creating a seamless and integrated experience.
4. Interactive Storytelling and Educational Applications: In educational audiovisual applications or interactive storytelling experiences, voice control recognition can enable children or users to interact with characters or elements within the content using voice commands, making the experience more engaging and immersive.
5. Home Automation Integration: Voice control can be integrated with home automation systems to control various audiovisual devices and components. Users can adjust lighting, lower window blinds, and trigger other automation actions while watching or listening to media.
6. Audio Streaming Services: Voice control is often incorporated into audio streaming services, enabling users to request specific songs, artists, or playlists using voice commands. Popular platforms like Spotify and Apple Music have voice integration in their mobile apps and smart speakers.
7. Voice-Controlled Remotes: Some remote controls for audiovisual devices now come with voice-control capabilities, enabling users to operate multiple devices using voice commands and simplifying the overall control experience.
8. Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs): In customer service applications within the audiovisual industry, voice control recognition is used to enable interactive voice responses, allowing users to navigate through menus and access information using natural language.
9. Seamless Integration: Voice control technology can be seamlessly integrated into existing audiovisual solutions. This means that organizations don't have to overhaul their entire setup to enjoy the benefits of voice commands.
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