A Novel Approach For Identifying Speech In Computational Intelligence

  • Vartika
  • Dr. Manav bansal
Keywords: Artificial, people, communication, affairs, data, and mainstream


The article examines the development of technology that recognizes speech, which is an especially significant use of artificial intelligence. Because AI is frequently featured in science fiction films, where people communicate with devices just like they'd interact with ordinary people, the concept is widely known. The two primary ways that humans naturally relate to their fellow humans are speech and actions. Speaking to a computer is made feasible by speech recognition. The equipment that converts spoken words into typographic text and directional instructions is called speech recognition programming. Speech recognition is utilized in legal and medical transcribing as well as in broadcasting news broadcasts along with live sports programming to create subtitles. It is challenging for technology to work out the spaces between sounds because there do not exist any pauses in spontaneously spoken English. The technique by which a computer converts an auditory voice signal to text is called automatic speech recognition.

By approximately 2010, these fundamental behavioral patterns will force the next level of technological developments into mainstream culture.

Author Biographies


Scholar M.Tech CSE, SCRIET, Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, India

Dr. Manav bansal

Assistant Professor, SCRIET, Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, India


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How to Cite
Vartika, & Dr. Manav bansal. (1). A Novel Approach For Identifying Speech In Computational Intelligence. Revista Electronica De Veterinaria, 25(1S), 127-130. Retrieved from https://www.veterinaria.org/index.php/REDVET/article/view/569