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Intel is adding speech recognition features to its system-on-chips (SoC) via a partnership with Sensory. Any manufacturer using Intel’s Skylake, Anniedale, Broxton, Broadwell and Merrifield SoCs can get Sensory’s TrulyHandsfree speech recognition features. Sensory says TrulyHandsfree SoCs will ship direct from Intel. The technology features a proprietary low power sound detection, which only wakes the voice recognition engine with keywords like “Hey Siri” or “Okay Google.” Sensory also says TrulyHansfree is accurate when there’s a lot of background noise. Sensory CEO Todd Mozer says “by working with Intel to offer deeply embedded ports of our TrulyHandsfree on their latest chips, we have…

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