A Tangled Web of Intelligent Assistants
Getting them all to cooperate would tap their incredible potential
Mitigating Bias in Speech Recognition Systems
The fault, dear Siri, is not in our voices, but in our choices
As Voice Assistants Multiply, When Will We Get a Registry?
VARs can help tame the Wild West of voice assistants
Pandemic Gives a Glimpse of Life with a Disability
The day-to-day just got more complicated for us all
Encountering a Technical Problem? You Too Can Be a Standards Author
Your brilliant new idea might just end up becoming a popular solution
5G Presents Opportunities for Everyone, and That’s the Problem
It's a landmark for the enterprise—including criminal ones
The Internet of Things Needs a Lingua Franca
With the proliferation of smart speakers, voice interaction with home devices is becoming increasingly common, and on the horizon are voice interactions with an ever greater number of smart environments—cities, offices, classrooms, factories, and healthcare settings. Developers will need to be on the same page
NLU Results Shouldn’t Be Proprietary
A common format for natural language tools would make everyone's life easier
What’s Your Enterprise Strategy for Voice Applications?
It matters who your target is
Speech Translation Requires an Interface Revolution
Translation software has to cover our endless modes of communication
AAC Tech Can Help Those with Speech Disabilities Navigate Public Places
Augmentative and alternative communication puts control in the hands of people with speech disabilities, and that should be good for businesses, too
Is App Development Moving Toward User Interface Management Systems?
App developers' jobs might be getting less complicated, again
The Right Standard Makes Developers’ Jobs a Lot Easier
You'll never know whether a standard's a good fit if you don't try it out
What’s Next in Speech Technology? I’m Glad You Asked!
To shed light on what's coming, try looking at developer queries.
4 Speech Technology Standards That Need to Happen ASAP
With new technologies appearing all the time, standards must keep pace