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In this article, TechCrunch shares how it has taken 20+ years to create voice-enabled reading tools that can work with children.
“Speech recognition technology also has the potential to increase equity in the classroom. Human reading assessment is, after all, highly subjective, and recent studies have shown variances of up to 18% caused by assessor bias. The child-centered high-accuracy speech recognition available today overcomes inevitable human bias by ensuring that every child’s voice is understood regardless of accent or dialect.”
Voice-enabled tools that can understand youth can support them along in their education and reading journey. Read the entire article here.