What is speech recognition?

Speech recognition, also known as automatic speech recognition (ASR), computer speech recognition, or speech-to-text, is a capability which enables a program to process human speech into a written format.

How does Speakable use speech recognition?

Speakable allows teachers to create “playlists” which are a collect of words or phrases that, when used by students, compares speech processed into a written format against each word or phrase entered by the teacher. 

Which languages are supported by Speakable?

Speakable supports speech to text for 184 languages. View the complete list here.

Does Speakable’s speech recognition have quirks? 

Yes. 

Numbers – sometimes it displays a text value and sometimes it displays the numerical value. 

Solution – create an or statement using +