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Artificial intelligence and its uses in speech recognition

Dhruv Bana


Innovative technologies utilising artificial intelligence have transformed the way we live. Every sector of society has been significantly impacted by AI, which has swept through every industry. The term "artificial intelligence" was first used at a symposium in 1956. The conference's discussion on multidisciplinary information technology and natural language production. Technology advanced enormously as a result of the development of the internet. Thirty years ago, artificial intelligence technology was a stand-alone technology, but today its uses are pervasive in all walks of life. Replicating human intelligence in computers is referred to as artificial intelligence, or AL for short. There are many uses for artificial intelligence, but speech recognition is one of the key ones. One such device that utilises AI to make its users' lives easier is speech recognition. This innovative technology offers the capacity to convert voice messages to text. Additionally, it has the capacity to identify a specific person based on their voice command.


Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Astronomy, Speech recognition, Natural language processing, spectrograms

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