When voice biometrics goes mainstream it will be on the coattails of several burgeoning phenomena that are on display in Las Vegas at CES.
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Those of us who have been following development of a Conversational Interface for the Internet of Things (IoT) are very familiar with the myriad of challenges confronting product or service developers. We all start with a vision, rooted in the… Read More ›
Nuance’s Connected Cloud Adopts a High Profile at CES; Foundation for Intelligent Virtual Assistants for Mobile, Autos and Home
Nuance Communications has launched a number of new products and partnerships at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
As automakers seek differentiation through innovation, speech-enabled solution providers are coming under criticism and being called upon to step up their game.
In a transaction that is scheduled to close during the 3rd quarter of 2013, Nuance Communications is acquiring Tweddle Connect, a Seattle-based company whose technology powers the Entune™ “Infotainment” system that graces a growing number of Lexus and Toyota nameplates.
As early as next month, GM’s Chevy division will roll-out versions of its Spark and Sonic models that enable drivers with iPhones to continue to interact with Siri’s familiar voice and favorite functions while comfortably positioned in the driver’s seat.
Nuance Communications took a three-pronged promotional strategy to CES.