Intel has announced that they have teamed up with Nuance to bring voice technology to Utlrabooks, in the form of Nuances Dragon Assistant Beta, which is a voice assistant that will be available on Intel based ultrabooks.
The software will allow you to speak voice command to your ultrabook to preform tasks, for example you will be able to tell your ultrabook to check your email, search the web and more.
“Dragon Assistant is a direct result of Nuance and Intel’s vision for a more human, natural interaction between people and their technology. You speak and the Ultrabook responds. Working closely with Intel, we’ve created a voice assistant experience optimized for the Ultrabook – incredibly fast, reliable, and with the performance you expect from a combined Nuance-Intel innovation. Dragon Assistant drives productivity, creativity and simply a PC experience that fits today’s busy lifestyle,” said Peter Mahoney, Chief Marketing Officer, Nuance Communications.
The service will be available initially on Dell’s XPS 13 ultrabook, and it is expected to launch some time in the fall, and Nuance will also be releasing an SDK which will let developers integrated the technology into tehir applications,
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