Convolutional Neural Networks for Speech Controlled Prosthetic Hands

3 Oct 2019Mohsen JafarzadehYonas Tadesse

Speech recognition is one of the key topics in artificial intelligence, as it is one of the most common forms of communication in humans. Researchers have developed many speech-controlled prosthetic hands in the past decades, utilizing conventional speech recognition systems that use a combination of neural network and hidden Markov model... (read more)

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