Xbox 720 Coming With Some Advanced Speech Recognition – Similar to the iPhone’s Siri Feature

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Xbox 720 Will Have Advanced Speech Recognition Built-In

Microsoft is going to include some very advanced speech recognition in the next Xbox console currently known as the Xbox 720 and it will be very similar to Apple’s Siri feature that they include with the iPhone.

Microsoft Will Include These Advanced Speech Recognition Features in the Xbox 720:

  • Wake on Voice
  • Natural Language Controls
  • Speech-To-Text

Are you wondering what “wake on voice” means? Well, with the new Xbox 720 and the advanced speech features it will have built into it, owners will be able to walk into a room and say something like “Xbox On” and the system will begin to power itself on.

This is Where Microsoft Makes Things Creepy for Xbox 720 Owners…

With all of this new technology being included in the Xbox 720, it’s definitely going to be a very powerful system with some really neat features, but there’s one feature that’s going to be included that will definitely make people think twice about purchasing an Xbox 720…

Apparently, Microsoft is going to try to enable their Kinect system, which will come packaged with the Xbox 720, to be able to detect the individuals that are currently in the room. After detection, the Xbox 720 will then suggest multiplayer games that you could play with your friends. Of course, this is if you query the Xbox 720 via voice to search for appropriate multiplayer games that you could enjoy with your friends.

Damn, Microsoft is almost as creepy as the dude that shot the Erin Andrews peephole video.

Right now, there’s not a whole lot of information out there that’s official about the Xbox 720, but it’s expected that there’s going to be some huge announcements at E3 this year.

Lastly, it is highly expected that Skype will be making its way to Microsoft’s new console, as well. So, that could be interesting to see.

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