Deepgram Offers Developer Incentives and Features

Deepgram, an automatic speech recognition (ASR) provider, today launched a developer program in partnership with top accelerators, such as Y Combinator. The Deepgram Startup Program provides approved applicants up to $100,000 each in Deepgram speech recognition. The program will offer $10 million total in free speech recognition and is accepting applicants until the end of 2021.

"We believe in a world where every voice is heard and understood," said Scott Stephenson, CEO and co-founder of Deepgram, in a statement. "Developers playing and prototyping with our technology is one of the fastest paths to making voice a de facto mode for communications. We're just scratching the surface of how voice can transform business and can't wait to see how these awesome practitioners leverage automatic speech recognition in the real world."

Deepgram also added platform features, including a developer console and software development kits for Python and Node.js.The new Developer Console is a graphical user interface that enables developersto access the full range of Deepgram ASR services. One of the console's key features, Missions, provides users with a learning path for getting started with Deepgram, with tasks to accomplish and rewards along the way. The SDKs enable developers to start developing applications with Deepgram's speech-to-text platform to transcribe both real-time streaming and pre-recorded audio, as well as experiment with new applications. Deepgram's new SDKs include libraries, documentation, code samples, processes, and guides and are available in both Python and Node.js languages./p>

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