Speech Recognition

11/10/2018

Making broadcast captioning accessible with ASR

Read the article featured in The Broadcast Bridge detailing Speechmatics’ partnership with Red Bee Media, part for Ericsson, in a bid to make broadcast captioning accessible with Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR). Red Bee Media has introduced Speechmatics’ highly accurate ASR technology to apply captions to video content for online and social more efficiently and more ...Read more

09/10/2018

Can we trust voice activated technology?

Read the article from The Jackal whereby Speechmatics’ CEO, Benedikt von Thuengen goes head to head against Matt Burgess of WIRED UK, arguing for the case that voice activated technology can be trusted. Benedikt explains that new regulation and compliance makes people’s data much more protected than it has been before and details the value ...Read more

08/10/2018

What does the future hold for Automatic Speech Recognition?

Speech technology has progressed rapidly over the past 5-10 years due to the rise of graphics processing and cloud computing, but how do we keep this momentum up and continue to progress Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) further in the future? I was recently in Hyderabad, India at Interspeech, the largest dedicated speech conference in the ...Read more

28/09/2018

Speechmatics announces Red Bee Media partnership and launches Sounds Feature at IBC

Speechmatics attended IBC 2018, the world’s most influential media, entertainment and technology show from 14-18 September in Amsterdam. The exhibition showcased cutting-edge technologies built for the media and broadcast industry and attracted over 57,000 attendees and 1,700 exhibitors from 170 countries worldwide. Speechmatics had two exciting announcements leading up to the show, one being a ...Read more

27/09/2018

Speechmatics attend the BBC TextAV hack event in London

Myself and a couple of the team at Speechmatics attended the BBC News Labs and BBC Connected Studio’s TextAV event in London from 18-19 September. TextAV is a two-day working group attracting leading technologists, application developers, and practitioners working in the area of online audio and video, with a particular focus on the use of ...Read more

24/09/2018

Speechmatics develop community partnership with ChYpPS to teach kids coding in Cambridge

Speechmatics is pleased to announce a community partnership with Cambridge-based youth group, ChYpPS. The partnership aims to improve the coding skills of children in Cambridge. ChYpPS is a youth group based at Brown’s Field Youth and Community Centre in Arbury and is organised by the Cambridge City Council. ChYpPS stands for Children and Young People’s ...Read more

20/09/2018

Red Bee Media creates live automatic subtitling system

Read the article by Broadcast Now which details Speechmatics’ recent partnership with Red Bee Media, part of Ericsson, in a bid to make more unregulated content accessible to a wider audience. Tom Wootton, Product Manager at Red Bee Media, said: “We are constantly on the lookout for ways to optimise and improve our processes. Our ...Read more

12/09/2018

Speechmatics attend Interspeech in Hyderabad, India

Two of the speech team from Speechmatics visited Hyderabad in India last week for the 2018 Interspeech Conference. Held in the state-of-the-art Hyderabad International Convention Centre, the conference brought over 5,000 delegates from around the world. Key objectives were to learn about the latest developments in Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), to discuss current trends, and ...Read more

07/09/2018

Red Bee Media, Speechmatics partner on subtitling solution for social media

Read the article by TVB Europe about how Red Bee Media have partnered with Speechmatics to create a new live automated subtitling solution for social media and other unregulated channels. The solution will use automatic speech recognition technology (ASR) and channel it through Red Bee Media’s bespoke Subito Live subtitling platform which includes sophisticated formatting ...Read more

05/09/2018

What’s in a trademark?

When referring to names that are trademarked it can be important to display this. The use of the trademark symbol enables others to respect and not infringe on intellectual property, deterring them from attempting to use the name or mark for their own business, preventing confusion in the marketplace about the identity of a product or service. ...Read more
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