A story at CNET indicates that IBM will be opening up some of its speech software. Here's the interesting bit:

IBM is donating code that it estimates cost the company $10 million to develop. One collection of speech software for handling basic words for dates, time and locations, like cities and states, will go to the Apache Software Foundation. The company is also contributing speech-editing tools to a second open-source group, the Eclipse Foundation.

It is unclear whether IBM is opening up any of its ViaVoice product. Time will tell.


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