Last week, Nuance released NaturallySpeaking 11, and David Pogue of the New York Times had a few things to say about the upgrade. Pogue referred to Nuance as a “near-monopoly in the speech-recognition game” that continues to make “steady improvements and price cuts.”
PRN Funding’s medial transcription invoice factoring specialists summarized the review below:
15% more accurate.
4-minute training (used to be 15 minutes).
Cheat sheet of commands that fills panel on right-hand side of computer screen.
Additional speak-to-type commands – Ability to open programs, pick menu commands, click Web links, move the cursor, format text, etc.
Apply the same formatting to every occurrence of a word/phrase in a document.
The software can recognize children’s voices now.
Accuracy improves regardless of how you manually edit corrections (type over or speak the correction).
Click here to read the entire review of Nuance’s NaturallySpeaking 11.