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19/01/2018

The year powered by voice at CES 2018

Anyone that has ever been to CES knows how busy the CES week is. CES 2018 was no different and possibly even busier than ever before! This year was the first time Speechmatics exhibited at the show in Las Vegas with a goal of understanding consumer market trends and expectations for speech-enabled products, to develop ...Read more

13/12/2017

Zero to ASR in 3 simple steps

Like many people you may have assumed that deploying your own speech recognition system is difficult and complex, but it’s time to rethink that. Speechmatics is a leading ASR provider and we are making deploying a complete automatic speech recognition system about as simple as it can get, giving you back control and the freedom ...Read more

26/09/2017

Speech technology wins first place at Cambridge Independent’s Entrepreneurial Science Technology Awards

Speechmatics has won the race to best AI scale-up in Cambridge at the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science Technology Awards 2017. The award recognises the rapid growth of the company over the last 6 months and the quality of the technology itself. Speechmatics has doubled in size in the last yearwith the ambition of growing at ...Read more

07/06/2017

What does AI and machine learning actually mean?

I recently read an article on how language led to the Artificial Intelligence revolution and the evolution of machine learning and it got me thinking. To start it’s good to know and understand what we are talking about. Wikipedia says ‘Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence exhibited by machines. In computer science, the field of AI research defines itself as the study ...Read more

02/06/2017

How big is the gap between academic and commercial speech recognition systems?

Speech recognition has been making a lot of noise in the last few years, both academically and commercially. Let’s begin with commercial. Many big companies have begun launching their own voice assistants, such as Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Speech is the biggest form of communication used by humans but due ...Read more

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