Tomomi Imura, aka @girlie_mac, is an avid open web technology advocate and a full-stack engineer, who is currently working as a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft in San Francisco. When she is not at work, she still geeks around and tries to combine technology with cats- her past projects include HTTP Status Cats, and Raspberry Pi Cat Camera.
Using voice commands has become pretty ubiquitous nowadays, as more mobile phone users use voice assistants such as Siri and Cortana, and as devices such as Amazon Echo and Google Home have been invading our living rooms.
These systems are built with speech recognition software that allows their users to issue voice commands. Now, our web browsers will become familiar with to Web Speech API, which allows users to integrate voice data in web apps.