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Protected: Example 4: Speech recognition tutorial and voice training in Japanese on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 3 of Speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 1 of speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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Protected: Example 2 of Speech recognition dictation exercise in Spanish on Windows 7

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How to change the display language and speech recognition language on Windows 8 computers

2014/09/07 1 comment
  1. I seem to be getting a lot of hits on this post for Windows 7 where the globalized language features are still limited to Enterprise and Ultimate SKU (and especially not available in Home and Home basic which most language learning users will work with).
  2. Windows 8 to the rescue, as per Steven Sinofsky’s blog post:
  3. Or if you need a visual step-by-step, here is me adding German to English on Windows 8.1 Professional:image image
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    Just 1 easy option now is they input language: image

Skype video conference live machine translation –“way to go…”?

… as in “has a way to go”- there are many more such difficulties in natural language for machine translation.

These sample screenshots from a recent demo show a lot of them in a nutshell.

You can probably sense that something is wrong with this company representative’s smile, skype-machine-translation-recode1

even if you do not speak German. If you do: 

skype-machine-translation-recode2 makes sense NOT!

… as in “NOT!” Smiley (Don’t forget, though, that there is an initial speech recognition layer in this demo which seems to have become almost transparent as a technology now? See Gartner’s hype cycle of 2014.)

Protected: LRC à la carte II: Choose from our start-of-term class inductions

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