Intelligent Assistants Conference 2014 will showcase real-world efforts to improve mobile customer experience, self-service efficiency, Web-based chat effectiveness and conversational commerce
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As automakers seek differentiation through innovation, speech-enabled solution providers are coming under criticism and being called upon to step up their game.
Nuance Communications has forged a relationship with Beijing-based AutoNavi Holdings Ltd. to incorporate its automated speech recognition (ASR) and text-t0-speech (TTS) rendering software into a version of AutoNavi Map that will be made available next quarter.
Amazon appears to have bought mobile virtual assistant developer EVI (formerly TrueKnowledge) for $26 million.
The latest version of Sensory’s TrulyHandsfree(TM) technology marks some radical leaps forward for embedded speech processing resources and secure device activation.
Ford Motor Company’s SYNC-AppLink adds a news reader based on content from USA Today, “powered by XTone’s Xavi(TM) voice assistant platform”.
With an assist from China’s search giant, Baidu and Singapore’s Institute for InfoComm Research (I2R), Lenovo launched a new smartphone that uses voice biometrics as a security feature.
This year the transformation of SpeechTEK continued as conference organizer, InformationToday, Inc. (ITI), co-located three closely-related-but-loosely-coupled events at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
If you have 90 minutes (actually skip to minute 1:34 for the beginning) we think you’ll enjoy our discussion of “The Future of Conversing with Technology.”
Nuance Communications’ introduction of the virtual assistant named Nina marks a significant set of advancements for mobile customer care. Nina’s software and approach starts with a novel combination of voice biometrics, speech recognition, text-to-speech rendering and natural language understanding, all hosted in Nuance’s “cloud.”