It seems like speech recognition is everywhere these days—in our phones, cars, and even in our homes. But how do we design for it? Do we have the tools for prototyping and validation? How about best practice guidelines? The medical field has been successfully utilizing speech technology for decades. In this talk, Anna will share her experiences designing speech-driven interfaces for physicians. She will cover the brief history of speech recognition technology, share some dos, don’ts, battlefield stories, and best practices that she has learned the hard way.
Giving this talk at Abstractions 2019
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