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Friday, October 25 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Say What? Improving The Voice Control Experience - Brian Jones, Intel - Open Source Technology Center

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Voice control in IVI systems should not only make driving safer, it should also be more convenient than manual input methods. Although voice control has become increasingly common in technology today, it is not without its potholes. The internet is full of humorous voice recognition failure videos. However, by embracing the strengths and weaknesses of today’s voice recognition software, we can create more useful implementations of voice control in vehicles. Identifying the needs of different applications and thoughtfully planning your verbal commands will ensure a pleasant user experience and prevent heads banging against steering wheels in frustration. This will be a look at what voice recognition can currently accomplish, where it’s appropriate, common pitfalls, and how to use it best to impress the drivers of today.


Brian Jones

Software Engineer, Intel - Open Source Technology Center
Brian Jones is a Software Engineer at Intel currently working on Tizen IVI. He has been involved in a variety of Linux software development for the past 8 years. While primarily focused on traditional C/C++ development, he has taken interest in the opportunities HTML presents. Brian has presented on various topics at the Tizen Developer Conference, Open Source Technology Summit, and Automotive Linux Summit.

Friday October 25, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm

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