TTI stands for text to intent. It takes the text returned by your speech recognition engine and figures out what the user is trying to do.
One interesting aspect to text to intent parsers when used with speech recognition, is that the speech recognition engine is unlikely to provide a perfect transcript of what you said. Many words sound similar, and when actually listening to a person talk, your brain makes a lot of assumptions about what you actually hear from context. This is the job of an intent parser - to figure out what is being asked based on context and clues.
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