World's first Danish speech recognition system launched  

Aalborg Hospital begins using Danish speech recognition and processing system

The world's first Danish speech recognition and processing system was put into operation yesterday at Aalborg Hospital in Northern Jutland. The computer system, which has been jointly developed by Max Manus A/S and Philips Speech Processing in Vienna, recognises the speech and converts it into text on screen while the dictating doctor watches. North Jutland County has invested around DKK 6.5 million (USD 800,000) in the system, with funding assistance from Digital North Denmark.

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