Speechmatics will be attending NAB Show in Las Vegas from 8-11 April 2019. NAB Show is the largest show for media, entertainment and technology, covering broadcast, TV, radio, production, post production and much more. It is a chance for exhibitors to get together and showcase cutting edge innovations from across the sector. NAB show attracts over 100,000 attendees from 160 countries all eager to cast their eyes on the latest innovations. This year promises to be no different, and we’re excited to be showcasing our speech recognition in real-time and also how it can be integrated within a media asset management (MAM) workflow.
The show comes at a great time with Speechmatics having just announced a partnership with Tedial to provide fully integrated MAM with automatic speech recognition technology.
You can find Tedial’s award-winning SMARTLIVE solution at booth SU1924 at NAB Show. Speechmatics will be showcasing an integration with Ortana Media Group which demonstrates how speech recognition can be used for MAM use cases. We’re delighted to also be sharing the floor with many other partners, including Tedial, Broadcast Bionics, Digital Anarchy and Red Bee Media. If you get a chance, you should definitely check out their awesome technology!
We’re also excited to announce that we’ll be joining Red Bee Media for a speaking opportunity where we’ll be discussing the topic of automatic speech recognition accuracy and whether perfection will ever be possible for captioning.
Join Ian Firth, VP Products at Speechmatics and Hewson Maxwell, Head of Technology Development, Access Services at Red Bee Media on 11 April in the North Hall, room N260 from 10am PST. Want to see our world-leading technology in action? Join us in Las Vegas on booth SL6410, Monday through to Thursday. #speechisthefuture Ben Leaman, Speechmatics
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