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Microsofts .NET Speech SDK 1.0 beta is designed to allow Web developers to add speech recognition and synthesis to their ASP.NET applications. Speech-enabling a Web application seemed like technology for technologys sake until I tried to imagine using a computer if I were blind. Another reason to speech-enable a Web application is as near as most peoples hip: telephony, Web-enabled cell phones, and personal digital assistants.

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Microsofts .NET Speech SDK 1.0 beta is designed to allow Web developers to add speech recognition and synthesis to their ASP.NET applications. Speech-enabling a Web application seemed like technology for technologys sake until I tried to imagine using a computer if I were blind. Another reason to speech-enable a Web application is as near as most peoples hip: telephony, Web-enabled cell phones, and personal digital assistants.

http://builder.com.com/article.jhtml;jsessionid=0URL4BRXKJKYVTQQABUCFFQ?id=u00220021209woy01.htm&vf=crm&rcode=u001

where would the voice processing and learning be done, on the client or server side?

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