Franck Martin wrote:
The ultimate trick would be to have a speech to text recognition
software... So whoever is talking appears as text in the conference
This would be the lowest bandwidth capable conference system...
Not to mention the most entertaining. :-) Your average speech-to-text
engine (I use ViaVoice for programming) needs serious training, and
would need heavy customization to be able to recognize the IETF vocabulary.
I dictated this line from the impp session:
Proposal is to use a randomizer in the initial counter value - it
replaces the SPI, and is larger than the SPI field, using smaller IV
Proposal list use randomizes minister come to value it places the SPI
and is larger than the S P I felt using smaller and counter
That's pretty good, but hardly up to the level needed for holding a
meeting--and this is with an engine trained to my voice.
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