To kick off SpeechTek 2014 Conference, I participated in an exceptionally interesting panel organized by Jibo’s Roberto Pieraccini to discuss “New Technologies Coming Soon.” In retrospect, term “coming soon” was a misnomer. Two of the panelists – Bernard Brafman of… Read More ›
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Taking advantage of high-powered computers and servers in The Cloud, long-time speech and text analytics specialist Nexidia is expanding the footprint of its core product well beyond the confines of the contact center.
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.
Integrations of speech recognition, natural language processing, artificial intelligence and strong, passive authentication portend a great year for Conversational Commerce.
Fonetic’s technology takes unstructured data from voice, email and chat interactions to create a searchable database to comply with Dodd-Frank.
As part of its successful efforts to build major mobile mojo, Facebook is now poised to add “speech-to-speech” translation to its repertoire.
Interactions and AT&T let it be known that the AT&T Watson(sm) portfolio of speech processing, natural language understanding and text-to-speech rendering are foundational to Interactions’ highly human-sounding self-service resources.
Automated speech processing specialist iSpeech has launched iSpeech for Publishers, a new set of tools and services that make it possible for content creators and aggregators to have articles or postings “read” to them by life-like voices.
Nuance redefines resources, support structure and rules of engagement to expand revenue opportunities for long-time platform providers (like Avaya, Genesys, Huawei and Cisco) and their “sub-channels” (meaning their network of resellers).
Amazon.com’s acquisition of text-to-speech specialist IVONA marks progress along two separate paths for Conversational Commerce.