Voice into Text

ORALITY AND LITERACY IN ANCIENT GREECE EDITED BY IAN WORTHINGTON E.J. BRILL LEIDEN - NEW YORK KOLN 1996 The paper in this book meets the guidelines for permanence. VOICE INTO TEXT VOICE INTO TEXT: ORALITY AND LITERACY IN ANCIENT GREECE.

Author: Ian Worthington

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004329836

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

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The book focusses on orality and literacy in ancient Greece, and by bringing together consideration of oral and literate elements and traditions in various genres and practices presents another picture of ancient Greek society and literature.

Voice Into Text

The book focusses on orality and literacy in ancient Greece, and by bringing together consideration of oral and literate elements and traditions in various genres and practices presents another picture of ancient Greek society and ...

Author: Ian Worthington

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004104313

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

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The book focusses on orality and literacy in ancient Greece, and by bringing together consideration of oral and literate elements and traditions in various genres and practices presents another picture of ancient Greek society and literature.

The Text and the Voice

By keeping their slaves away from writing and confining them to compulsory orality , the masters attempted to turn the voice into a reassuring mark of subordination . A typical story is that told by the slave narrator Patsy Alexander ...

Author: Alessandro Portelli

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231504888

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 415

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The Text and the Voice

Computer Science and its Applications

... Ravel 3.2 Voice and Emotion Recognition Transform Voice into Text algorithm is voice recognition algorithm. It first receives the user's voice via smartphone microphone, and then extracts text from it using Google Text-To-Speech API ...

Author: James J. (Jong Hyuk) Park

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783662454022

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 720

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The 6th FTRA International Conference on Computer Science and its Applications (CSA-14) will be held in Guam, USA, Dec. 17 - 19, 2014. CSA-14 presents a comprehensive conference focused on the various aspects of advances in engineering systems in computer science, and applications, including ubiquitous computing, U-Health care system, Big Data, UI/UX for human-centric computing, Computing Service, Bioinformatics and Bio-Inspired Computing and will show recent advances on various aspects of computing technology, Ubiquitous Computing Services and its application.

Building Cognitive Applications with IBM Watson Services Volume 6 Speech to Text and Text to Speech

This book introduces concepts that you need to understand to use these Watson services and provides simple code examples to illustrate the use of the APIs.

Author: Felipe Santiago

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

ISBN: 9780738442600

Category: Computers

Page: 74

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The Building Cognitive Applications with IBM Watson Services series is a seven-volume collection that introduces IBM® WatsonTM cognitive computing services. The series includes an overview of specific IBM Watson® services with their associated architectures and simple code examples. Each volume describes how you can use and implement these services in your applications through practical use cases. The series includes the following volumes: Volume 1 Getting Started, SG24-8387 Volume 2 Conversation, SG24-8394 Volume 3 Visual Recognition, SG24-8393 Volume 4 Natural Language Classifier, SG24-8391 Volume 5 Language Translator, SG24-8392 Volume 6 Speech to Text and Text to Speech, SG24-8388 Volume 7 Natural Language Understanding, SG24-8398 Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer, this collection provides the information you need to start your research on Watson services. If your goal is to become more familiar with Watson in relation to your current environment, or if you are evaluating cognitive computing, this collection can serve as a powerful learning tool. This IBM Redbooks® publication, Volume 6, introduces the Watson Text to Speech (converts written text into natural sounding audio in various languages and voices) and Watson Speech to Text (converts audio voice into written text) services. This book introduces concepts that you need to understand to use these Watson services and provides simple code examples to illustrate the use of the APIs. This book includes examples of applications that demonstrate how to use the Watson Text to Speech and Speech to Text services in practical use cases. You can develop and deploy the sample applications by following along in a step-by-step approach and using provided code snippets. Alternatively, you can download an existing Git project to more quickly deploy the application.

Applied Technologies

The user can speak through the microphone and the voice recognition algorithm transforms the speech into text, as shown in Fig. 6. Voice dictation was implemented by using the Web Speech API of JavaScript.

Author: Miguel Botto-Tobar

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030715038

Category: Computers

Page: 706

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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Applied Technologies, ICAT 2020, held in Quito, Ecuador, in December 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held online. The 53 papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 145 submissions. The papers are organized according to the following topics: communication; computing; e-government and e-participation; e-learning; electronics; intelligent systems; machine vision; security; technology trends.

Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant

ALEXA: Sorry, buying stocks by voice isn't supported. ... There's a flow of sound to information to code to text and back to sound. ... Over on Amazon's servers, the Alexa platform begins to transform Molly's speech into text.

Author: Dustin Coates

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781638350002

Category: Computers

Page: 264

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Summary Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant is your guide to designing, building, and implementing voice-based applications for Alexa and Google Assistant. Inside, you'll learn how to build your own "skills"—the voice app term for actions the device can perform—from scratch. Foreword by Max Amordeluso. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. You'll find registration instructions inside the print book. About the Technology In 2018, an estimated 100 million voice-controlled devices were installed in homes worldwide, and the apps that control them, like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, are getting more powerful, with new skills being added every day. Great voice apps improve how users interact with the web, whether they're checking the weather, asking for sports scores, or playing a game. About the Book Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant is your guide to designing, building, and implementing voice-based applications for Alexa and Google Assistant. You'll learn to build applications that listen to users, store information, and rely on user context, as you create a voice-powered sleep tracker from scratch. With the basics mastered, you'll dig deeper into multiuse conversational flow and other more-advanced concepts. Smaller projects along the way reinforce your new techniques and best practices. What's inside Building a call-and-response skill Designing a voice user interface Using conversational context Going multimodal Tips and best practices About the Reader Perfect for developers with intermediate JavaScript skills and basic Node.js skills. No previous experience with voice-first platforms is required. About the Author Dustin A. Coates is a developer who focuses on voice and conversational applications. He's currently the voice search lead at Algolia and is also a Google Developers Expert for Assistant as well as cohost of the VUX World podcast. Table of Contents Introduction to voice first Building a call-and-response skill on Alexa Designing a voice user interface Using entity resolution and built?in intents in Alexa skills Making a conversational Alexa skill VUI and conversation best practices Using conversation tools to add meaning and usability Directing conversation flow Building for Google Assistant Going multimodal Push interactions Building for actions on Google with the Actions SDK

The Figure of Echo

In the general metamorphosis of voice into text that occurs in the history of lyrical poetry, refrains develop another attribute of echo: decay or diminution. Mere reiteration can lessen significance; there are indeed semantic ...

Author: John Hollander

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520302242

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 166

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In this essay on "what the imagination has made of the phenomenon of echo,” John Hollander examines aspects of the figure of echo in light of their significance for poetry. Looking at echo in its literal, acoustic sense, echo in myth, and echo as literary allusion, Hollander concludes with a study of the rhetorical status of the figure of echo and an examination of the ancient and newly interesting trope of metalepsis, or transumption, which it appears to embody. Centered on ways in which Milton's poetry echoes, and is echoed by, other texts, The Figure of Echo also explores Spenser and other Renaissance writers; romantic poets such as Keats, Shelley, and Wordsworth; and modern poets including Hardy, Eliot, Stevens, Frost, Williams, and Hart Crane. This book has implications for literary theory and holds great practical interest for students and teachers of American and English literature of all periods. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1981.

Internet Marketing Cheap Simple

More importantly — for me — is that they transcribe all voicemails into text messages they display in your Gooogle Voice page so you can read, text back or call the caller. Can't beat the price : FREE So, for example, if you still have ...

Author: James E Hussher III

Publisher: James E Hussher III

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Homer s Traditional Art

In Voice into Text: Orality and Literacy in Ancient Greece, ed. Ian Worthington. Leiden: Brill, 43–58. ______, ed. 1999. Signs of Orality: The Oral Tradition and Its Influence in the Greek and Roman World. Leiden: Brill.

Author: John Miles Foley

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 9780271072395

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 384

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In recent decades, the evidence for an oral epic tradition in ancient Greece has grown enormously along with our ever-increasing awareness of worldwide oral traditions. John Foley here examines the artistic implications that oral tradition holds for the understanding of the Iliad and Odyssey in order to establish a context for their original performance and modern-day reception. In Homer's Traditional Art, Foley addresses three crucially interlocking areas that lead us to a fuller appreciation of the Homeric poems. He first explores the reality of Homer as their actual author, examining historical and comparative evidence to propose that "Homer" is a legendary and anthropomorphic figure rather than a real-life author. He next presents the poetic tradition as a specialized and highly resonant language bristling with idiomatic implication. Finally, he looks at Homer's overall artistic achievement, showing that it is best evaluated via a poetics aimed specifically at works that emerge from oral tradition. Along the way, Foley offers new perspectives on such topics as characterization and personal interaction in the epics, the nature of Penelope's heroism, the implications of feasting and lament, and the problematic ending of the Odyssey. His comparative references to the South Slavic oral epic open up new vistas on Homer's language, narrative patterning, and identity. Homer's Traditional Art represents a disentangling of the interwoven strands of orality, textuality, and verbal art. It shows how we can learn to appreciate how Homer's art succeeds not in spite of the oral tradition in which it was composed but rather through its unique agency.