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When Apple’s virtual assistant Siri came to the market for the first time, people were pretty excited. It was released in 2011 with iPhone 4S. One of the major features that you can try with that is that you get to speak to Siri to open up apps, search the internet for any information and even complete some tasks.  Right now, from its inception, this idea of voice recognition technology has grown even since and it has become a huge part of your daily lifestyle now. Voice recognition technology has entered your cars, homes and businesses. As per the report, around 39 million Americans now own a smart speaker like Google Home or Amazon Echo. So, it is not that hard to state that voice recognition is more than just a commodity these days. It has become one commonplace. To succeed in modern times, the startups do not have to come up with their own voice recognition device at all, as per Eric Dalius. They can enjoy multiple opportunities to develop applications, proprietary based algorithms and even similar functions within the current voice technology space in here. Nowadays, you can see multiple opportunities of voice recognition in areas like field service, agriculture, manufacturing, education and even to cover the healthcare segment. After combining the power with AI, the startups have created voice based recognition technology for serving one specified niche in here. The right implications in here to follow: Nowadays, only a handful of people will have their own personal assistant, mainly those who are associated with high end positions. With proper introduction of the AI based digital assistants in office, everyone will now have one at their services. Right from asking for a program based service to finding out one long lost report for the budget, from asking Google Assistant to create a graph to...

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