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Spring 2017 Issue

Magazine Features

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Speech Engines

Harnessing Machine Learning

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Speech Developer Platforms

Finding a Voice in the IoT

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Speech Analytics

Capturing Insight from Customers

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Intelligent Virtual Assistants

Using AI to Get Even Smarter

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Interactive Voice Response

Becoming More Conversational

The 2017 State of the Speech Technology Industry: Assistive Technology

Lending a Helping Hand with Speech

Deployments

Dragon Medical One Dictates Big Savings for Edward-Elmhurst Health

The healthcare provider cuts costs and time requirements with the speech recognition solution

ReadSpeaker Expands Learning Options at York Technical College

With text-to-speech, the school's students learn how they want

COLUMNS:

Editor's Letter

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Developer

The Business Case

Turn Speech Analytics into an Enterprise Change Agent

This service tool becomes more powerful when its findings are shared

Forward Thinking

Speech Technology as Job Creator—Not Job Replacer

Speech applications have often taken human jobs away. But could they soon lead to new opportunities?

Inside Outsourcing

As Consumers Embrace Speech Technology, Contact Centers Must Adapt

With people accustomed to the likes of Siri and Alexa, poorly designed IVRs aren't going to cut it

A View from AVIOS

Speech Recognition and the Connected Car

The in-car speech experience is moving from basic command and control to natural interactions with automotive assistants

Voice Value

How Private Is Medical Speech Data?

Not very, as ‘anonymized' data and privacy policies show. Meaningful consent might be a start

FYI

Biometrics Help Virtual Assistants Help Customers Faster

Speech vendors are adding voice biometrics to their intelligent assistants, a clear indication the technology is starting to make great strides

IBM Eyes Speech to Spot Mental Maladies

IBM Research predicts that in five years, patterns in speech and writing analyzed by cognitive systems will provide clinicians tell-tale signs of early-stage mental and neurological conditions

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