Dragon Assistant* is the conversational personal assistant for your computer, designed for Intel® RealSense™ technology. With Dragon Assistant, enjoy the convenience and freedom of using your voice to control a device in an easy, intuitive dialogue. Just tell it to find content, get answers, play music, connect with friends, and more. It works seamlessly with many popular desktop applications and websites, and has a very friendly disposition. Its natural language understanding turns speech into action for a whole new interactive conversation.
CES* 2014 in Las Vegas saw the unveiling of the next-generation Dragon Assistant, a personal voice assistant designed for Intel RealSense technology, which uses natural language understanding for Windows* 8 Ultrabooks™, notebooks, All-in-Ones (AIOs), and tablet devices. Nuance Dragon Assistant is available in United States English today on Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo Ultrabook™, 2 in 1, and AIO devices, and coming in devices from Asus and Toshiba later in 2014. For the first time, Dragon Assistant will be available on tablets, coming from Lenovo in early 2014.
Use Dragon Assistant to interact with an array of entertainment sites, social media, or search engines to return useful results by speaking naturally. Say “search Google* for Boston restaurants” for specific results, and use the same phrasing for other popular sites, like YouTube*, Wikipedia*, Pandora*, and many more.
Easily insert text into Web fields, word processors, and chat applications by placing the cursor where you’d like to put text. Speak and be understood accurately even if you say things in different ways. Dragon Assistant learns over time for even more personalized accuracy.
Tightly integrated applications get tasks done for you—control desktop apps and adjust device settings with intuitive voice commands, allowing you to post social network updates, check e-mail, and play media from your personal library or CD, DVD, and Blu-ray*.
Create more immersive experiences in games and apps.Incorporate hand/finger tracking, facial analysis, speech recognition, augmented reality, and more.