speech-to-text

or speech to text

[ speech-tuh-tekst ]

nounDigital Technology.
  1. a computerized, algorithmic process that transcribes a user’s spoken input into digital text, such as a video transcript rendered by auto caption (often used attributively): Speech-to-text is a great way to send a text when you are driving and can’t pick up your phone.Speech-to-text technology showed a bias toward certain mainstream accents and dialects in its speech recognition.Abbreviation: STT

Origin of speech-to-text

1
First recorded in 1980–85

Words Nearby speech-to-text

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