Speech Technology eWeekly -
October 24, 2007
Speech to Be the Catalyst for Mobile Web Innovation
BOCA RATON, Fla. — Citing statistics of mobile Web adoption rates, Vlad Sejnoha, chief scientist at Nuance Communications, presented a case, or challenge, for the rapid, cutting-edge development of speech-enabled applications for mobile services.
SoundBite Bites Back
The initial public offering for on-demand voice messaging provider SoundBite Communications continues to be delayed due to accusations of patent infringement.
Voice Connects Consumers to Networks
Boca Raton, Fla. — In the opening keynote of Nuance's Conversations convention here, James Canton, noted futurist and head of The Institute for Global Futures, emphasized that the convergence of various networks and technologies will power and ultimately determine the future of business enterprise. And tools, such as voice, that enable platform interactivity will be crucial.
Speech Technologies Take to the Skies in Newest Fighter Jet
When the U.S. Air Force rolls out its newest fighter jet, the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter, pilots will be talking to it instead of physically manipulating controls and display panels in the cockpit.
TTS Solution Fully Integrated with iPod and iPhone
The push for including speech applications in the iPhone and iPod won a small victory today.
IVR Ensures the Validity of Foreign Elections
A global election watchdog group uses Virtual Call Center to monitor and report voting irregularities
Speech Technology News
Nuance to Acquire Viecore
Transaction is expected to broaden Nuance's services capabilities in financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, utilities and government
Opus Report Notes Upswing In Voice Biometrics
A recent report from Opus Research released Monday indicates strong growth in the voice biometrics field, while acknowledging the impact the advent of unified communications (UC) might have on the security infrastructure.
Extending VoiceXML's Impact to New Markets
Technology is available to handle many of the more mundane translation tasks