Speech Technology eWeekly -
July 29, 2020
Speech Technology News
OrCam Introduces Smart Reading Feature
OrCam Smart Reading is a voice-activated, interactive assistive technology that uses natural language understanding to read specific information to the visually impaired.
Invoca Announces Summer 2020 Product Release
New features in Invoca's Summer 2020 Release allow companies to extract and apply more insights from conversational data. (Featured on DestinationCRM.com.)
Dolby MS12 Multistream Decoder Now Supported on CEVA's Audio DSP
Latest Dolby MS12 implemented on CEVA-BX2 DSPs, providing audio support for smart TVs, set-top-boxes, and more.
Vesper Launches Adaptive ZeroPower Listening for Smart Home Devices
Adaptive ZeroPower Listening will power a new class of products, such as always-listening far-field TV remotes, smartwatches, home security cameras, and doorbells.
Huddl.ai Launches Video Meetings with Speech Recognition
Huddl.ai launches with speech recognition that turns meeting audio into searchable text.
Smarsh Launches Zoom Voice Recording, Transcription, and Archiving
Smarsh can capture and archive content generated through Zoom and transcribe audio content in more than 120 languages and regional dialects.
Cooper University Health Care Adopts Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience
Nuance DAX implementation builds on Cooper's Dragon Medical One experience for documentation.
Hillrom Partners with Aiva to Facilitate Voice-Enabled Clinical Workflows
The Hillrom-Aiva partnership leads to an in-room voice assistant using Hillrom's Voalte Mobile solution.