2009: What the New Year Will Bring
A slow economy sends mixed messages to the speech industry.
Submitted for Your Approval
SpeechTEK attendees conduct hands-on evaluations.
Making Public Records Public
An ambitious archiving project involving audio indexing and search technologies puts Washington state on the map.
Transcription Solution Receives a Radiant Review
A hospital network's radiology department improves report turnaround time by 81 percent.
Make the Most of Valuable Resources
Speech for Distance Learning
Part I: Speaker verification ensures the identities of students.
Thoughts for the Men in Black
Questions to ponder as we advance audio-mining capabilities.
A Natural Part of Natural Language
Issues will arise with any project, but managing them is key.
Politically Speaking...and Reacting
I'm still haunted by the robocall months after the election.
Countdown to the DTV Deadline
Is your call center ready for conversion questions from the disabled?
CCXML: A Standard for Managing Calls
Markup language makes it easier to develop telephony applications.
Voice-Enabled Biometric Password Resets
2009: A Nail in the Road for Automotive Speech?
The rough economy could place in-car system sales in jeopardy.
AAA Suggests No Safety Benefit in Hands-Free
An Auto Club study shows hands-free devices are just as dangerous as handsets.
Dictaphone Turns 100
Nuance Communications marks the centennial of its leading dictation brand.
Gartner Names Contact Center Leaders
Alcatel-Lucent, Aspect, Avaya, Cisco, Genesys, Interactive Intelligence, and Nortel comprise the Leaders Quadrant.
Under-the-radar speech news
Voxeo Acquires VoiceObjects
Voice platform provider expands solutions for enterprise and mobile carriers and extends its European footprint