Mozilla opened its speech engine — DeepSpeech

Last year, Mozilla has just opened its speech engine, called DeepSpeech, which can execute task of speech-to-text. This engine is based on the work of ‘Deep Speech: Scaling up end-to-end speech recognition’, which is published on Arxiv by Baidu’s scientists.

Several weeks ago, I wrote a software, called InterviewSecrectary, to transcribe speech/audio to text using the iFLYTEK speech engine. This speech engine is not free. Every user should pay about ¥10 RMB per hour for use.

So, I’m considering change the speech engine from iFLYTEK speech engine to DeepSpeech, because this speech engine is free. Hope that this speech engine would surprise me with its performance.

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