1. Mozilla’s open source voice recognition tool nears human-like accuracy

    Mozilla’s open source voice recognition tool nears human-like accuracy

    Mozilla has released an open source voice recognition tool that it says is “close to human level performance,” and free for developers to plug into their projects. The free-software company also on Wednesday released a first set of crowdsourced recordings under its Common Voice project, designed to let anyone train and test machine learning algorithms to …

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