Some time ago I mentioned the OpenEars library for implementing text to speech and speech to text library that utilizes Carnegie Mellon University’s PocketSphinx project.
Here’s an open source Swift wrapper for PocketSphinx along with a guide submitted by Bruno Berisso of TryoLabs called TLSphinx.
TLSphinx simplifies the configuration of Pocket Sphinx allowing you to easily pass configuration parameters with a clean Swift syntax. Decoding is also simplified and you can easily decode files or microphone input.
You can find TLSphinx on Github here.
You can find a nice guide to TLSphinx over on the Tryolabs blog.
A nice wrapper for implementing Speech recognition capabilities in Swift.
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