Developer releases source code of Linux speech recognition program
Independent developer James McClain has developed a program which uses Google Voice API in the back-end to conduct various tasks on a GNU/Linux machine, just the way Siri does on the iDevices. The program allows a user to open sites, ask questions and perform other tasks just by voice. While initially developed for Ubuntu it is distro agnostic and can be used by other distributions as well.
The developer was running a private beta to further improve the project and has now released the source code under GNU GPL v3 licence.
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Watch the video below to see what this program of capable of doing.
You can grab the source code from GitHub.