Speech Technology eWeekly - February 01, 2023

Speech Technology News

Hybe Acquires a Majority Stake in Supertone

Hybe invested $37 million in Supertone, which uses AI to synthesize voices for the music industry.

Speech Analytics to Hit $9.3 Billion by 2030

Market Research Future expects the worldwide market for speech analytics software to grow by more than 20 percent per year through 2030.

EPG's Lydia Voice 9 Is Certified by SAP

Ehrhardt Partner Group's Lydia Voice 9 has been certified by SAP for use with SAP S/4HANA and SAP NetWeaver for extended warehouse management.

VIQ Solutions Launches Automatic Speech Recognition

VIQ's ASR technology aids in VIQ's translation and transcription.

ASR Market to Hit $18.9 Billion by 2027

360 Research Reports projects speech recognition market growth of 5.9 percent.

NICE Launches Conversational CX With ChatGPT-Enabled CXone

NICE's integration of CXone Expert and OpenAI's generative modeling enables consumers to resolve issues with automated self-service. (Featured on SmartCustomerService.com.)

Eleven Labs Raises $2 Million in Seed Funding Round

Eleven Labs hopes to use new funding to expand its technologies into other languages and voices.

Nobi Selects ArkX Labs’ EveryWord Voice Capture for Voice-Enabled Smart Lamps

Nobi's motion sensors and fall-detection cameras now feature ArkX Lab's ultra voice capture and noise-canceling technology.

Altered AI Rolls Out Voice Copilot

Altered AI's Voice Copilot lets voiceover artists and content creators change their voices to fill multiple roles.


When Not to Standardize

Not every aspect of voice systems can or needs to be interoperable.