Voice Recognition

Voice Recognition

Voice recognition technology refers to the ability of a computer system to recognize spoken words and convert them into text or perform specific actions. In the context of developmental disabilities, voice recognition can be a powerful tool. For instance, it can assist individuals with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia or dysgraphia, by allowing them to dictate their thoughts or assignments rather than struggling with traditional typing. Additionally, people with physical disabilities or limited motor skills can benefit from voice recognition as an alternative input method.

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Amanda Cook, Assistive Technology Specialist

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