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Fall 2014

Magazine Features

The 2014 Speech Luminaries

The 2014 Star Performers

Star Perfomers: Amazon's on Fire

Star Performer: Apple Is More Siri-ous

Star Performers: Aspect Advances Analytics and Multichannel Support

Star Performers: Expect More from Expect Labs

Star Performers: Genesys Furthers Its Spending Spree

Star Performers: Watch Out, Here Comes Google

Star Performers: Jacada's Visual IVR Eases Customer Pain

Star Performers: Microsoft Makes Mobile Moves with Cortana

Star Performers: Nexidia's Analytics Addresses 'Enormous Volume and Scale'

Star Performers: NICE Unveils a Real-Time Authentication Solution

Star Performers: Nuance Advances Enterprise and Consumer Efforts

Star Performers: Sensory Saves Power and Debuts Speaker Verification

Star Performers: SpeechPro Brings Verification to Cloud, Web, and Mobile Tech

Star Performers: Verint Enters the Voice Biometrics Market

Star Performers: VoiceVault Enables Developers to Build Mobile Authentication Apps

2014 Speech Industry Awards


Editor's Letter

3 Developing Speech Technology Trends for 2014

The Business Case

Voice Is Changing, Not Disappearing

Innovative companies will make use of alternative and traditional channels.

Forward Thinking

Do Secure Communications Face a Machiavellian Future?

Competitors can cooperate—or scheme for domination.

Inside Outsourcing

Are We Underestimating the Role of Emotion?

Consider it along with data when evaluating caller experience.


In Praise of User Research

Consider this solution to reel in elusive answers.

A View from AVIOS

The Evolution of Speech Recognition

Meeting the demand for natural language interaction is becoming easier—and essential.

Voice Value

Protecting Patents Just Got Easier

Do Supreme Court decisions limit patent abuse?


EmotionML Advances as a Standard

Intelligent Virtual Assistant Market Poised to Hit $2.1 Billion in 2019

Speech Tech Vendors See Opportunities in Closed Captioning

IVR Continues to Spark Interest in Utilities

Overheard/Underheard: MIT Media Lab FingerReader Converts Text to Audio Signals for Vision-Impaired

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