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Video: 2018's Biggest Speech Technology Trends

In an industry that is changing so rapidly, it's hard to pinpoint the trends that really matter. So we turned to the experts at SpeechTEK 2018, and asked Michael McTear, Allyson Boudousquie, Debra Cancro, and Crispin Reedy what trends caught their eye this year. ASR is improving, smart speakers like Alexa and Google Home are becoming mainstream, big data is morphing into smart data, and conversational IVR is becoming a reality. But there is so much more to it than that. Watch the video below to hear what they had to say. 

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