Accenda heights

A Kansas City company called Accenda is marketing Voice Control, a voice recognition interface for the iPod. While this has clear implications for people with dexterity or visual disabilities, we’re intrigued by the manufacturer’s claim that Voice Control “may also be ‘trained’ to recognize commands in other languages or to better understand iPod owners with strong accents.” Hmmm, is dysarthric speech accommodated in there too?

Accenda Voice Recognition for iPod

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