Speech Technology Magazine

The View from AVIOS

Building Smarter Systems with Cognitive Computing

If speech technology is so valuable, why is adoption so slow?
The View from AVIOS, Posted 10 Feb 2014

The Role of Speech Analytics in VUI

Uncovering customer needs adds value to interactions.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 12 Aug 2013

Beyond Speech in the Car

Automotive safety calls for a holistic approach.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 10 Feb 2013

Banking on Multimodality

For financial transactions, gains are seen but challenges remain.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 10 Nov 2012

New Directions in Natural Language Understanding

Watson and Siri are only the beginning.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 10 Jul 2012

The Changing Perception and Reality of Speech Recognition

Siri sets a high bar for call center technology.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Mar 2012

Oh the Places You'll Go

Speech complements fusion, multimodality, and personalization.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Nov 2011

Speech Drives Safety Solutions for Cars

Distractions like texting and navigation systems call for safer user interfaces, and the industry is responding
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Jul 2011

Spoken Web for the Developing World

Project lets rural denizens with no technical expertise create web of information using a simple phone and speech technology
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Mar 2011

The Next Big Thing

We're crossing the chasm and taking speech along.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Nov 2010

Why We Don't Have HAL 9000...Yet

Speech is still a tool, and should be treated as such.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Jul 2010

What Speech Can Reveal About Your Health

Adjusting analytics to determine the meaning of a cough.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 08 Mar 2010

Speech Recognition Comes of Age

So why not ensure that your solution is next-generation?
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Nov 2009

One System, Many Languages

Make sure complexity and costs don't stop projects.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 27 Aug 2009

A View from the Voice Search Conference

Opportunities abounded to try something new.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Jun 2009

Beyond Voice Search

The mobile user interface reaches a new level.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 02 Apr 2009

The Holy Grail of Speech

Collaboration will expand speech recognition's potential
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Nov 2008

Convenience Is King

Consumer tradeoffs of security versus ease of use could affect the market for voice biometrics.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 22 Aug 2008

A Look at AVIOS' Speech and Multimodality Contest

Students introduce voice to apps covering everything from airplanes to arithmetic
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Jun 2008

Are We There Yet?

The state of the user experience in the speech community.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Apr 2008

A Helping Hand in Voice Search

As the technology grows, customers will start to expect it more.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 25 Jan 2008

Focus Groups Can Optimize Speech Applications

In designing a voice user interface, actual customers can best express the preferences of the customers.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Nov 2007

A New Read on Digital Talking Books

Speech technologies and new XML standards enhance access to educational texts.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 05 Sep 2007

Highlighting Metrics and Mobility

The new generation of applications and services will provide long-term growth for the industry.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Jun 2007

Boring Is OK, but Exciting Is Better

The time has come for a new era in speech
The View from AVIOS, Posted 01 Apr 2007

VUIs in Vehicles: Meeting Customer Expectations

How well do automotive speech-enabled interfaces meet customer expectations? One could say that it depends on the application, but beyond voice dialing, the room for improvement seems endless. In fact, it has only been recently that the usability of in-vehicle voice technology has begun to meet customer expectations.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 09 Nov 2006

The Next "Great Leap Forward"

Voice has long been an integral part of education and societal growth. About 40,000 years ago, Homo species underwent what Jared Diamond characterized as the "Great Leap Forward," when human culture changed at an accelerated rate. Diamond, a professor of geography at UCLA and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, maintains this "leap" coincided with the spread of human language.
The View from AVIOS, Posted 12 Sep 2006

Multimodal Interfaces Discussed at SpeechTEK /AVIOS 2006

The View from AVIOS, Posted 03 Jul 2006

Encouraging Good VUI Design

The View from AVIOS, Posted 08 May 2006