The Nationwide Cheng Kung College in Taiwan has filed a lawsuit in opposition to Apple. Apple would used Siri on two patents around speech recognition have been exceeded.

The Taiwanese found first that the U.S. patent 7,707,032 ("Method and System for Matching Speech Data") is violated, which in 2005 was submitted. The patent describes a system that looks at input speech data in which agreements exist with sample voice data. The Act does not specifically refer to smartphones and tablets.

The other patent is number 7,266,496 and is titled "Speech Recognition System. It was in 2007 assigned to the university. This patent is specific to a complete system for speech recognition, with a training button and a button recognition. The system is divided into four modules, in combination with a smartphone or tablet.

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