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New chip could rapidly expand use of voice control

MIT has developed a chip that could vastly expand the use of speech recognition in electronics. The low-power chip is specialised for automatic speech recognition with MIT researchers claiming it requires between 0.2 and 10 milliwatts compared to the 1 watt that a mobile phone running speech-recognition software might devour.

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