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June 15, 2011
News - Enough Already! |
about 3 years ago
I believe that the only processing that needs to be done is the text of the closed captioning, so digital is different, but not much more difficult.
For real-time audio processing, I believe a decent ARM processor, such as a TI OMAP (quite portable still), might be able to do it using the closed captioning to significantly reduce the audio-processing needed. Speech recognition is much easier when you have a script.
George Orwell was 27 years ahead of his time. But he was wrong about the Ministry of Truth. No need, we can do that in real time.
Everything you know is “Truth”. Or at least, now it could be.
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