Siri, Apple’s personal assistant application, popularized the concept of voice recognition software on smartphones. Voice recognition refers to the capability of a smartphone to understand - and perform - your speech commands.
This means you can find out what time a movie is playing, get directions to the theater, and find local restaurant recommendations without ever looking at your smartphone.
Of course, voice recognition doesn’t just have personal applications. It also has potential in the medical setting, said Adam Maguire, director of sales support for Mobile Heartbeat, which provides smartphone applications for improving clinical workflow and team communications. (1)
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