Speech Technology eWeekly - November 23, 2022


The Low-Code/No-Code Movement Builds in Speech Technology

Programming speech applications is becoming easier for people outside the IT department.

Speech Technology News

3M Launches M*Modal Fluency Direct in Saudi Arabia

3M is bringing its clinical documentation solution to healthcare facilities in Saudi Arabia.

BMW Partners with Amazon Alexa

BMW's next generation voice assistant will be based on Amazon Alexa technology.

Aiera Launches Personal File Manager for Documents and Audio

Aiera's Personal File Manager enables transcription, search, and collaboration within documents and audio files.

3M Partners with Rad AI

3M Health Information Systems and Rad AI have formed a strategic sales partnership in which 3M will resell Rad AI's Continuity and Omni solutions as a value-add to M*Modal Fluency for Imaging. 

EarlyBird Partners with SoapBox Labs for Reading Assessments

EarlyBird has leveraged SoapBox Labs' speech recognition to help educators identify reading challenges sooner.

Smart Speaker Market to Be Worth $41.16 Billion by 2028

Smart speakers are poised for 34.7 percent CAGR for the next five years, Brandessence reports.

Swiss Group Wants Limits on Speech Technology

Swiss tech thinktank TA-Swiss is calling on the Swiss government to rein in voice biometrics for surveillance and important life decisions.

Gyst Analytics Launches as a Stand-Alone SaaS Subscription

Previously only available as part of a full solution set, Gyst Analytics is now available on its own.

SoundHound Launches Dynamic Interaction

SoundHound's Dynamic Interaction recognizes and understands speech, but it also responds and acts in real time.