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I like to build a simple system with voice recognition, when user says "GO" system runs, and when he says "OPEN" it opens something, etc.
How can I do that in C with ARM microcontrollers? Is it possible to have a system with small dictionary (20 to 50 words)? Is there simple way and library to do that?
How can I do that? I should search for it with what keywords?

What I have tried:

ََA resultless searching on google !!!
Updated 23-Aug-16 9:45am

I recommend the Raspy Pi for what you're trying to do. Spoiler alert! You will have fun tinkering with this board.

Best Voice Recognition Software for Raspberry Pi - DIY Hacking[^]

And this one is compiled using GCC (which is a C compiler):

Adding speech recognition to your embedded platform. | Hackaday[^]
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hor_313 23-Aug-16 13:28pm    
Thank you Cryptonite but I want to reduce the costs and should do it with ARM microcontroller self designed board.
Cryptonite 24-Aug-16 11:38am    
Are you planning on running Linux or bare bones?
You're going to have to do you're own research on this, possible even go as far as implementing some of this in hardware yourself.

Start reading these[^].
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