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March 14, 2019

Mozilla Releases the Common Voice 2.0 Dataset

On February 28, Mozilla officially released the Common Voice 2.0 Dataset. Thanks to the efforts of the community at voice.mozilla.org, anyone now has access to the largest transcribed, public domain…
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Mycroft's 2018 in Review
Community
February 21, 2019

Mycroft 2018 in Review

2018 was quite a year for Mycroft. Two crowdfunding efforts, a banner AMA, over 60 press articles written, and more. Let's take some time to reflect on Mycroft’s 2018. Top…
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Guest author Jason Cottrell discusses voice in the workplace
CommunityThought Leadership
February 6, 2019

Guest Blog – Why Voice User Interfaces Will Revolutionize the Workplace

Creating user-centered designs and building seamless user experiences is not a novel or revolutionary idea. But it is best practice. Voice user interfaces are poised to be the most user-friendly,…
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Mycroft skill testers will be essential to new skills making their way to the skill marketplace.
BlogCommunityNews
December 6, 2018

Methodical? Looking for exposure to Python? Be a Mycroft Skill Tester!

Are you a methodical sort of person? Do you like to find bugs that no one else can spot? Do you like things to work cleanly and without error? A…
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It takes a lot to give an open voice assistant a new language to speak and understand
CommunityLanguages
November 27, 2018

Mycroft Translate – our language learnings so far

As you may have read on our blog in earlier posts, making Mycroft available in languages other than English is hard. Our release of Mycroft Translate - a platform to…
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Guest Author Stelios Tsoukalas gives a high-level primer on STT and directs people to the different tagging that helps improve Mycroft.
BlogCommunity
November 14, 2018

Guest Blog – Hey Mycroft, how do you work? – STT Systems for Voice

"Hey Mycroft, how do you work?" Sounds like a simple question for a voice assistant to answer, right? Well, yes and no. To paraphrase a potential source, Wikipedia’s “Virtual Assistant" article:…
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