AppTek Partners with Expert.ai

AppTek has partnered with expert.ai to bring artificial intelligence-based text analytics to dynamic audio content in multiple languages.

The partnership leverages AppTek's automatic speech recognition and neural machine translation technologies with expert.ai's natural language understanding (NLU) capabilities to enable organizations to leverage audio content in unstructured data sets. The combined capabilities supercharge enterprise and government natural language applications, expanding the data types and sources available for analysis

UsingAppTek's speech-to-text technology within the expert.ai platform, organizations can automatically transcribe audio types from different sources, including media broadcasts, podcasts, meetings, one-to-one interviews, or even low-bandwidth telephone conversations. In addition, they can leverage advanced multilingual functionalities to generate customizable and scalable translations across hundreds of language pairs.

"This partnership brings the full stack Human Language Technology to the federal and commercial space in both Europe and the United States. As we cover multiple sources and types of information input together, we address the full scope of recognition, cognition, interpreting, and analytics," said Michael Veronis, chief revenue officer of AppTek, in a statement. "We look forward to implementing our joint vision."

"The challenges posed by different languages and dialects, along with the constraints of speech-to-text accuracy, are causing organizations to miss out on the massively unexploited value of language data, especially audio content," said Colin Matthews, chief revenue officer of expert.ai, in a statement. "We are thrilled for this partnership, since AppTek technologies for automating speech recognition and machine translation complement our AI-powered natural language capabilities by harnessing the potential of dynamic multilanguage audio content within the expert.ai platform."

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