Acceptance of a speech interface for biomedical data collection.
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Citation of Original PublicationM. A. Grasso, D. Ebert, and T. Finin, Acceptance of a speech interface for biomedical data collection, Proc AMIA Annu Fall Symp. 1997 : 739–743., https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2233555/
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Speech interfaces have the potential to address the data entry bottleneck of many applications in the field of medical informatics. An experimental study evaluated the effect of perceptual structure on a multimodal speech interface for the collection of histopathology data. A perceptually structured multimodal interface, using speech and direct manipulation, was shown to increase speed and accuracy. Factors influencing user acceptance are also discussed.