Reviewing Speech Input with Audio: Differences between Blind and Sighted Users

Jonggi Hong
Jonggi Hong
Christine Vaing
Christine Vaing

ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing, pp. 1-28, 2020.

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Abstract:

Speech input is a primary method of interaction for blind mobile device users, yet the process of dictating and reviewing recognized text through audio only (i.e., without access to visual feedback) has received little attention. A recent study found that sighted users could identify only about half of automatic speech recognition (ASR) e...More

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