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Why work with the code at this elemental level?
“Julius was written in C, so it needs audio at a very specific format, I needed that low level control to coerce it into that format.”
JuliusJS was on the front page of Hacker News for 25 hours. A few days later, Pomerantz was cold called by Wired, and he was featured in this article: Open-source code aims to bring Siri-like control to all apps.
JuliusJS can only take simple commands right now, but it could be the beginning of a much larger project, in which people could control their screens with their voices as much as their hands.
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