I have used Dragon naturally speaking back in India (just for fun,
rather than for work).
It does take quite a long time to train the software to pick up your
pronunciation, more so for Asian accents. That is why, If I am
correct, they actually introduced a special version of the software
for Asian countries.
Given that about 30% of NHS workforce is Asian, you probably might
have to consider that aspect in the plan of your dept.
A&E/ Worthing Hospital.
On 9/13/07, Dunn Matthew Dr. (RJC) A & E - SwarkHosp-TR
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> We are thinking of moving to an electronic record in A and E (from memory, the Royal Free already has this, and presumably some other places); working off a tablet computer that includes voice recognition software. Anyone got any positive or negative experiences of this or things to watch out for etc.?
> Matt Dunn
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