How reliable is current voice recognition software for business use?
When I was in college, I used Dragon Naturally Speaking (at least I think it was that program) for drafts of papers. Frankly, I spent more time correcting than writing, replacing poorly transcribed terms like Eon Burr, Um Burr, amber when I just wanted to write Aaron Burr. I do some part-time work for a local law firm, and the attorneys have expressed a desire to be able to use voice recognition software for dictation. As one of them pointed out, "Siri does a pretty good job of understanding what I say, and if my phone can do it, why can't my desktop?" How good is the current generation of voice recognition software? Has it reached the point where it really can be used for dictation without spending a ton of time making corrections?
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