Voice as the communications device for computerhuman interaction is not a new concept, having been a favorite of the SF writers for many years. It is the most immediate and natural means of communication, and is in use today as voice response or voice recognition systems for humancomputer interfaces in business, industry and medicine. This article examines the potential for their use within the library environment, as an additional tool for computer input or output.
The Electronic Library – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 1991