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Google's Deep Learning Systems

Using Google’s deep learning, you can have thousands of computers work on recognizing your speech – if only for a brief moment. This according to Google fellow Jeff Dean. To me, Google deserves a lot of credit in the speech...

I Use Google and You Siri are no Google Killer

I worry more it will kill the public’s interest in speech rec I have been reading with great interest all of the back and forth chatter on the web regarding Apple’s Siri and its merit as a Google killer and...

Dragon Go! Shows Speech Tech is Alive and Well

One of the most interesting mini-reviews I have done was with Dragon Go! from Nuance - an iPhone app which I found to be deadly accurate in my testing. Not only did it recognize my voice with a moderately loud...

Verbalizer: Bringing the Power of Google and Voice to Hackers

Google Voice Search for Desktop is good but it can be improved and that's the idea behind The Verbalizer from Breakfast which is an open-source development board designed to help even those who aren't extremely technical to build their own...

Nuance Dragon Dictation for iPhone Launched

The free program for Apple's iPhone is dead easy to use and the accuracy is OK as you can see from this blog entry below. Interestingly I said it worked quite well below but as you can see it need...

inVox Hosted AJAX-Based IVR Debuts at ITEXPO West 2009

At ITEXPO West 2009 in Los Angeles, I had a chance to sit down with the founders of inVox, the company behind a new easy-to-use cloud-based IVR system which allows rapid application development. Here is a video of my interview...

Aspect Touts Tellme Speech Recognition Integration

Recently I had a chance to speak with Alan Burnstine - Sr. Product Manager at Aspect and he had some very interesting things to tell me about how his company's IVR/ACD/dialing solutions integrate with Microsoft's Tellme for post-call surveys. As...

Dan York on Voxeo Prophecy 10

I ran into Dan York the Director of Conversations at Voxeo and had a chance to talk with him about his company's Prophecy 10 software which was running 2,000 calls on 20 netbooks at the recent SpeechTek 2009 in NYC....

Hi Availability Unified Communications from AVST

For over a decade TMC has covered AVST and their wonderful unified messaging solutions - which in the nineties were the talk of the industry. But as is sometimes the case, when the industry talks about the next big thing,...

SpinVox Comments on Google Voice

There has been a lot of speculation regarding the impact of Google's entry into the voicemail transcription market with their new Google Voice initiative which is based on the Grand Central acquisition of almost two years. The major player in...

Google's Thoughts on Speech Rec

Google has certainly mastered search and their goal as they have mentioned is to organize the world's information. The company has gotten into satellites, maps, books and it was only a matter of time before they started to analyze video....

Voice Recognition Alarm Clock

For those of you who can't get enough of speech recognition, you can now wake up to it and go to sleep to it and have it in your bedroom. The Voice Interactive Alarm Clock from Hammacher Schlemmer recognizes...

Yahoo's Voice Search Ambitions

Yahoo has just invested $20 million in vlingo a voice recognition company specializing in the mobile market. Yahoo!, leveraging this relationship, announced the launch of a voice-enabled version of Yahoo! oneSearch, a new mobile search client that supports unstructured, open-ended...

Voiceless Conversations

The above video shows an example of how Audeo from Ambient Corporation allows you to communicate by moving your mouth while not producing any sound Just when you thought you needed to use your voice to speak, along comes...

Rumor Mill: Google Buying Skype

I have to be honest with you my loyal and devoted readers. I am disgusted with myself. Why you ask? Because I am an addict – I am addicted to writing about Google. I just can’t seem to help it....

Mobile Advertising Grows to $16.5 Billion

I was perusing some articles on mobile advertising recently and was absolutely stunned at how big some analysts think this market will be. According to this TMCnet article, Strategy Analytics predicts the global market for mobile advertising is slated to...

Asterisk Fuels Speech Technologies

If open-source telephony is going mainstream as I recently wrote about, then the subsets of open-source telephony are also booming. For example, speech recognition in the open-source world is becoming more and more important. Case in point, a company called...

Voicemail Transcription

I am not sure what the category of product is that converts voicemail to e-mail but I suppose voicemail transcription covers it nicely. Recently wrote about SpinVox and how the company converts voicemail to e-mail automatically.   I am in...

SpinVox

When I first came across a company called SpinVox I thought it had a niche product not really aligned with my core readership. The first product the company introduced to me was SpinmyBlog which is something I could definitely use...

Microsoft Speech Recognition Problems

Is it ambient noise that was the problem in this demo or something else? This demo shows how bad a live demo can go at times. Obviously Microsoft Speech Recognition software has to be better than this. I haven’t had...
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