Speech Technology eWeekly -
December 15, 2021
Speech Technology News
nVoq Partners with Suki for Medical Dictation
nVoq brings cloud-based medical speech recognition technology to a partnership with Suki.
Conversational AI and Voice Cloning Market to Reach $12.9 Billion by 2026
Mind Commerce expects strong growth for conversational AI amid changing contact center and customer priorities.
Rosetta Stone Partners with HIAS on Language Learning Tools for Refugees
Rosetta Stone will continue to provide its speech-enabled platform free of charge to HIAS and its refugee clients.
Forsta Partners with Phebi.ai for Voice Analysis
Partnership adds Phebi.ai's voice tech and nonconscious emotion analysis to Forsta's customer insights technology platform. (Featured on DestinationCRM.com.)
7.ai Enhances the 7.ai Engagement Cloud
Enhancements to the 7.ai Engagement Cloud include new conversational AI capabilities, workflows, and user interfaces. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)
Speech-to-Text API Market to Be Worth $5.4 Billion by 2026
MarketsandMarkets eyes more than 19 percent growth per year for the speech-to-text API market for the next five years.
Speechmatics and Personal.ai Partner on Voice Capture
Speechmatics' and Personal.ai's integrated technologies will be able to capture and transcribe voice recordings.
Gnani.ai and transcosmos Partner to Bring Conversational AI to Contact Centers
Gnani.ai's speech and natural language processing solutions will become part of transcosmos' contact center offerings.
Bamboo Learning Releases Voice-Enabled Reading App for iOS
Bamboo Learning's touch and voice-enabled app for children is now available on iPad and iPhone.
Market Spotlight: Hotels Offer a Room for Voice Assistants
As travel slowly starts to return following COVID-19 lockdowns, hotels today need to place a strong emphasis on safety and comfort. For many, speech-enabled in-room virtual assistants are the answer.