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Submission + - Developer Creates Siri for Linux (muktware.com)

sfcrazy writes: James McClain has managed to get voice recognition working on Linux. You can now open sites, ask question and perform other tasks just by voice. The program is using Google to provide the speech transcription. While initially developed for Ubuntu it is distro agnostic and can be used by other distributions as well. You can watch the app in action on Youtube.
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Developer Creates Siri for Linux

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