7 years ago in Artificial Intelligence

When talking to a speech recognition program, the program divides each second of your speech into 100 separate:

[A] Codes
[B] Phonemes
[C] Samples
[D] Words
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sumaira naseem
sumaira naseem - 4 years ago

sumaira naseem from Gojra, Pakistan is saying Samples is correct answer

Muhammad Jamshed Mahmood
Muhammad Jamshed Mahmood - 4 years ago

Muhammad Jamshed Mahmood from Lahore, Pakistan is saying Codes is correct answer

ranaasif
ranaasif - 4 years ago

ranaasif from Multan, Pakistan is saying Phonemes is correct answer

Muhammad Asghar
Muhammad Asghar - 4 years ago

Muhammad Asghar from Vehari, Pakistan is saying Samples is correct answer

Radhagovinda Mohapatra
Radhagovinda Mohapatra - 4 years ago

Radhagovinda Mohapatra from Bhubaneswar, India is saying Phonemes is correct answer

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