Speech Technology Magazine Cover

Winter 2014

Magazine Features

Speech Analytics Gets Real (Time)

The speech analytics market is alive and well, and will only get better with the emergence of instant analysis.

HTML5 Is Live

The programming language will become the platform of choice for designing and deploying multimodal applications.

Speech Readies Healthcare for ACA Requirements

After proving their mettle, voice solutions continue to help providers and insurers comply with regulations, put a lid on costs, and serve patients.

Deployments

Genesys Helps Michigan Put Kids First

Call center technology assures timely access to child support and other services for parents in need.

COLUMNS:

Editor's Letter

Why Physicians Dislike Speech Recognition and EHRs

Forward Thinking

With Product Companion Apps, the Mobile Future Looks Even Brighter

Up-and-coming tools add new accessibility to product information.

In Other Words

WebRTC Enables Dual-Language Speech

Anticipating the powerful impact of cross-language talking.

Inside Outsourcing

What You Need to Know to Design Quality Surveys

Keep them clear, concise, and quick.

Voice Value

Are Obvious Patent Requests Simple Omissions—or Crimes?

Why the patent application process needs narrower boundaries.

Standards

Media Standards for the Web: WebRTC and WebAudio

WebRTC and WebAudio add speed and simplicity.

FYI

Smart Voice Alliance Launches

AAA: In-Car Voice Systems Are Still Dangerous

With ToyTalk, Speech Is Child's Play

SpeechTEK 2014: Conversational and Intelligent Machines Are Coming

Overheard/Underheard: Japan's SoftBank Introduces an Emotion-Detecting Robot

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