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Creating new Voice Commands for Voice Recognition
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December 15, 2010
Guile Lindroth
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To add new voice commands for voice recognition, go to Setup->Ears Tab


Voice Command Text


Type the text of your new Voice Command in the "Voice Command" tab. This can be just a single word, or a phrase with many words. This will be the word or phrase you will say when using Voice Recognition.

Important: Voice Recognition understand better if you create voice commands with two or more words. Also, if you create a command that is being recognized erroneously, try deleting the command and use a different syntax.




"Latest News" is recognized better than just "News"

"I have to go" may be better understood than "I need to go"

"Have a good evening" may be better understood than "Good Evening"


If you have voice command with similar sintax, like "I need to buy Bread" and other voice command "I need to go to Bed", try changing the syntax of one of the phrases.




"I need to buy Bread" may be better understood as "I have to buy some Bread"

"I need to go to Bed" may be better understood as "I am going to Bed"


Add your new voice command, test it using voice recognition, and fine tune them changing its syntax until the are correctly recognized.


Note: The more Voice Commands you add, more are the chances to a command be misunderstood by another similar one.


Description Box


You can optionally type in "Description" box a short description for each command to explain its function.  This is just to help you remember what is the command for.


Answer and Action Box


If you leave the last box empty, your Voice Command text, when recognized,  will be sent and

processed by Guile3D Artificial Intelligence, returning to you the same answer you would get if you typed the voice command in the Assistant Chat Box.

If you type a custom message

here, your Voice Command text will bypass the Assistant Artificial Intelligence, and this custom

message is what the Assistant will answer. You can also add here custom commands

to make the Assistant to open and run a program or execute any custom task.

These tags are explained in details in the AIML Custom Tags Manual.

In initial release of this feature (as of December 15, 2010) some tags may not work. A new release this week will make all custom tags from the Manual to work.


Example 1:

Voice Command Text:  Guile 3D Forum

Description: Go to Guile 3D Forum (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

(left blank) (The text "Guile 3D Forum" will be sent to Assistant Chat to get an answer from her Artificial Intelligence, as user had type it)


Example 2:

Voice Command Text:  I have a party Friday

Description: Schedule an appointment (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

(left blank) (The text "I have a party Friday" will be sent to Assistant Chat to get an answer from her Artificial Intelligence, as user had type it)

Example 3:

Voice Command Text:  How is the weather outside?

Description: Speaks weather (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

I will check the weather conditions for you. <Weather="San Francisco" State="CA" NextDays=”4”>

Example 4:

Voice Command Text:  I am running late

Description: Speaks time (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

Please hurry up! <Time>


Example 5:

Voice Command Text:  You are my best friend

Description: Speaks greeting with animation (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

Thank You. You are my best friend too! <Play="Kiss">


Example 6: 


Voice Command Text: Open Autodesk 3D Max

Description: Open 3D Max (this field can be left empty)

Answer and Action text:

Opening 3D Max. <Run="C:Program FilesAutodesk3ds Max 20103dsmax.exe">  (use the backslash for the folder location just like in windows explorer. This forum doesn't accept to type the backslash symbol)

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