oa De Rebus - An IT pot-pourri
In an earlier article (1997 DR 666) I discussed the advantages of voice recognition and, in particular, the differences between discrete and continuous speech. The response to the article has been phenomenal, leading me to conclude that the legal typist has become obsolete or unaffordable I In that article I explained that the major advantage of the continuous speech system was that, without speaking in a staccato style, you could dictate your memoirs or write your autobiography. This system is ideally suited for the taking of statements from witnesses or the preparation of lengthy documents.
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