Siri comes to the desktop from Intel and Nuance.

By on September 11, 2012
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Talking to your PC will become a whole lot easier and fun.


At IDF 2012, Intel’s David Perlmutter showed the future of voice recognition technology in a demo that Intel has worked with Nuance- the company behind the popular Dragon NaturallySpeaking platform. The new technology will allow you to search the web, play songs and stay in touch with friends over social media through simple speech commands- think of it as Siri for your Windows based PC. The following video shows a demo of the technology in action.

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Intel stated that the beta of this technology will be available by the end of this year with the actual release targeted towards the start of the next year.


Abbas Jaffar Ali is the founder of and a blogger, geek and self-declared tech pundit who can't stop talking about technology. Find him on twitter as @ajaffarali

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