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Possible improvements in VoiceBot's recognition speed and accuracy.

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I'm writing to make some appreciations or suggestions about this great software that is the VoiceBot.
Sometimes, it happens to me that when I give a VoiceBot instruction it interprets a similar term (which it will have in its database) and executes it wrongly. E.g., if I say, in Spanish "Abajo", VoiceBot interprets (in Spanish too) "Trabajo" and shows on screen that you have tried to activate that order.
I suppose that is because VoiceBot also serves (as we already know) to dictate text, and its database, therefore, is very broad.
My suggestion would be to be able to choose through a button in the menu between a "diction mode" and another one of "execution of the selected profile". The first would be assigned the broad database and the second option would have algorithms that contrast what I ordered with the profile commands, only. This second database would have to be "dynamic" in the sense of including new instructions in it and eliminating those that I deleted from my profile.
I, personally, use VoiceBot to be able to play racing games, and a lower latency on the part of VoiceBot in the interpretation of my orders (and even an anticipation of my whole order when comparing it with a much smaller database) would result in greater efficiency on the part of this fantastic software that is VoiceBot to play with more precision. The development of clear and confusing "orders" for VoiceBot would already correspond to the user's expertise, logically.
I know that it is not easy to express in VoiceBot everything that I expose in this post. Also, I'm aware that you are constantly working very hard to improve this useful software that is VoiceBot.
Without further ado, thank you for giving me attention and a greeting.
Sep 1, 2018  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Thanks for the feedback! Unfortunately this isn't something we really have control over. We're using the Microsoft Speech Engine which is already set to "command" mode, but we're stuck with whatever words the speech engine gives us that it thinks it heard :(

The only thing I can suggest is to try the speech training mode in the Windows Speech Control Panel, which should help it configure the mic and better recognize your voice.

Please let me know if you have any further questions at all.

Sep 5, 2018  • #2
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