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Wednesday, September 28 • 3:25pm - 4:10pm
What's new in the world of Speech Recognition?

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Earlier this year, Google made waves by announcing the availability of their speech recognition API as a paid service. This means that developers using Google’s API, for the first time, can build real applications on their platform without fear of the service being yanked or altered unexpectedly. Besides having excellent accuracy, Google also covers many languages. This is just one example - the entire speech recognition and “conversational UI” space is heating up. This talk is a review of the options available to developers and integrators. We’ll explore what works best for telephony and Asterisk vs. mobile apps and WebRTC. We’ll look at features and limitations of the various engines in each context. We’ll also demo this technology in action, in Asterisk, in WebRTC, and in an appliance: Amazon’s Echo.

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Ben Klang

Ben Klang has been fascinated with communication technology since before he can remember. As VP of Business Technology, he leads a department of software developers and operations people who create innovative, integrated systems that deliver tremendous business value every day. Previously, he was the founder of Mojo Lingo, a software development team whose mission is to create communications applications that work like magic. His path to this... Read More →


Wednesday September 28, 2016 3:25pm - 4:10pm
Solana F Solana F

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