IBM continues to advance computerised speech recognition, a technology that not only will revolutionise data input, but also will affect the way in which computers are used in business, government, academic and international settings. Among several key developments, IBM devised a way to apply statistics to a technique called dynamic programming, which addresses the problems associated with variation in how fast or slow words and parts of words are spoken.
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