AVSR

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AVSR

(Audio Visual Speech Recognition) Using lip reading software to enhance speech recognition. In noisy environments where a camera can be included, AVSR improves the computer's ability to recognize the speaker's words by visually tracking lip movement and coordinating it with the sounds. See ASR and Open CV.
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