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The term "voice recognition" is so metimes used to refer to recognition systems that must be trained to a particula r speakerâ as is the case for most desktop recognition software. Recognizing the sp eaker can simplify the task of translating speech. Speech recognition is a broader solution which refers to technology that can rec ognize speech without being targeted at single speakerâ such as a call center syste m that can recognize arbitrary voices. Speech recognition applications include voice dialing (e.g., "Call home"), call routing (e.g., "I would like to make a collect call"), domotic appliance control , search (e.g., find a podcast where particular words were spoken), simple data entry (e.g., entering a credit card number), preparation of structured documents (e.g., a radiology report), speech-to-text processing (e.g., word processors or emails), and aircraft (usually termed Direct Voice Input). Health care In the health care domain, even in the wake of improving speech recognition tech nologies, medical transcriptionists (MTs) have not yet become obsolete. The serv ices provided may be redistributed rather than replaced. Speech recognition is u sed to enable deaf people to understand the spoken word via speech to text conve rsion, which is very helpful. Speech recognition can be implemented in front-end or back-end of the medical do cumentation process. Front-End SR is where the provider dictates into a speech-recognition engine, th e recognized words are displayed right after they are spoken, and the dictator i s responsible for editing and signing off on the document. It never goes through an MT/editor. Back-End SR or Deferred SR is where the provider dictates into a digital dictati on system, and the voice is routed through a speech-recognition machine and the recognized draft document is routed along with the original voice file to the MT /editor, who edits the draft and finalizes the report. Deferred SR is being wide ly used in the industry currently. Many Electronic Medical Records (EMR) applications can be more effective and may be performed more easily when deployed in conjunction with a speech-recognition engine. Searches, queries, and form filling may all be faster to perform by voi ce than by using a keyboard.