Speech Recognition with Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Pete Warden shared the creation story and how to use spchcat in this write up on hackster.io:
Over the winter holidays I decided my fun project would be to write a simple command line tool to listen to my Raspberry Pi’s microphone and write what text it heard to the terminal. The result is spchcat, a command line tool to read in audio from microphones, system audio, or wav files, and output text. All of the models and libraries it relies on are open source, and the code for the tool itself is available at github.com/petewarden/spchcat.
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