Clearly voice recognition software has a long way to go.
I thought it might be a way to make blogs easier, just talking to the computer in a clear voice and let it do the typing, but apparently even my clearest speaking voice is too difficult for the computer to understand.
I wanted to try and write this blog post using the voice recognition software, but it was too difficult and I got an headache. (I recommend Advil or Ibuprofen.)
At several points I even swore at the computer and told it was wrong, but even those epithets wasn't correct. Maybe someday the software will be better, but not yet.
Consider the following a bit of 'failed voice recognition poetry'...
"All glen Ellen and you hear me all I think that is wrong. The way at the above long island online one I've
A lone figure entered
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All I am a liking the throat
To an hour
To enter key rough and cover your
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All I am writing the weary of being a recognition voice recognition of where of where of where I live off when the water ridge road conditions of where
Recognition are lower
All one wall of the recognition withdrawn commission vowed not
Let an issue and the wearer with a vision of where a event of an all I have been better and I live"