Welcome to Carnegie Mellon University's
Universal Speech Interface
(a.k.a. "Speech Graffiti")
The USI project (a.k.a. "speech graffiti") is an attempt to design a universal speech interface allowing humans to communicate effectively, efficiently and effortlessly with simple machines and information services.
For a better understanding of the project and its goals, read the USI Manifesto.
Our current application testbeds include:
Learn how to use the USI
Watch the USI video (57 MB)
The USI team:
Last updated 21 January 2007