Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Meta, and Google join efforts to improve speech recognition for people with disabilities.
Natively integrated capabilities abound in core contact center functions.
Natural language understanding is enabling a budding omnichannel revolution.
Code is logical, organized. Unfortunately for developers, language is less so.
Security/privacy concerns and administrative burdens plague cloud-based medical speech recognition.
As travel slowly starts to return following COVID-19 lockdowns, hotels today need to place a strong emphasis on safety and comfort. For many, speech-enabled in-room virtual assistants are the answer.
While voice technology has been around for a while, its use as a consumer shopping aide really only emerged just a few short years ago, starting when Amazon unleashed its first Echo device on the world.
As natural language has crept into the gaming world, gamers today can use voice as a controller, interact with characters during game play, communicate with other players in multiplayer and role-playing games, and so much more.
With limited budgets and resources, many nonprofits find it difficult to adopt new technologies as quickly as for-profit entities. But that disadvantage is lessening, thanks to more affordable and accessible speech products.
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