"Peter J. Holzer" <hjp-pyt...@hjp.at> writes: > On 2018-02-03 09:34:57 +0100, dieter wrote: > ... > The difficulty is to *recognise* it correctly. Was that tangle of sound > waves an "l" or an "r"? This not as unambiguous as you seem to think. > So a speech-to-text program may hear "right" when the speaker was really > saying "light". If you have only the output from that program you must > determine whether "right" is correct or must be corrected to "light".
The primary recommendation from my first response has been: determine the step in the process chain that made the error. If already the first step ("speech-to-text") has wrongly interpreted "light" as "right", then obviously context is necessary to determine that this was wrong. -- https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list