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Voice Browser Seminar report

Voice Browsing refers to using speech to navigate an application. These applications are written using parts of the Speech Interface Framework. Voice is a very natural user interface because it enables the user to speak and listen using skills learned during childhood. Currently users speak and listen to telephones and cell phones with no display to interact with voice browsers. Some voice browsers may have small screens, such as those found on cell phones and palm computers. In the future, voice browsers may also support other modes and media such as pen, video, and sensor input and graphics animation and actuator controls as output. For example, voice and pen input would be appropriate for Asian users whose spoken language does not lend itself to entry with traditional QWERTY keyboards.
Some voice browsers are portable. They can be used anywhere—at home, at work, and on the road. Information will be available to a greater audience, especially to people who have access to handsets, either telephones or cell phones, but not to networked computers. Voice browsers present a pragmatic interface for functionally blind users or users needing Web access while keeping their hands and eyes free for other things. Voice browsers present an invisible user interface to the user, while freeing workspace previously occupied by keyboards and mice.

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