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 […]

07/09/2018

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. […]

05/09/2018

IBC 2018: Tedial to showcase new AI sports production tools harnessing speech-to-text

Read the article written by Sports Video Group (SVG) Europe detailing Tedial’s cutting-edge live sport solution, SMARTLIVE, which integrates Speechmatics’ speech-to-text capability to bring the sports back office and archives closer to live than ever before. SVG Europe


What’s in an acronym?

Acronyms are often understood and used more than their unabbreviated form. This occurs nearly everywhere, for example, ‘BLT’ is just as understood in a restaurant as ‘Bacon Lettuce and Tomato.’ In some cases, the acronym is more common than the complete form, PM is used for afternoon and hardly ever do people say “Post Meridian”, […]

04/09/2018

What’s in an abbreviation?

Producing text in the form that is expected makes copy much easier to read and reduces confusion. For example, if you worked somewhere where speed measurements were commonplace and it read ’30 miles per hour’ all the time, then it would not only make for long sentences but would also be harder to read as […]

03/09/2018

What’s in an accent?

The spelling of names is difficult for everyone, but there are times when it’s even more than just spelling, what if there are diacritics in the name. Diacritics are those other marks that should be there to make the pronunciation correct such as accents or cedilla written over or under the letters. Time-consuming and tricky […]

31/08/2018

What’s in a name?

Names are very personal, they are our identity and miss-spelt names can often offend people. Even for humans, names are hard to get right in written form, because one pronunciation can result in multiple different ways to spell the name. How do people get it right? For example, if you are in a meeting and […]

30/08/2018

Listen up – Speechmatics attending IBC 2018

Speechmatics will be attending this years’ IBC Exhibition from 14-18 September in Amsterdam. IBC is the world’s most influential media, entertainment & technology show, showcasing cutting-edge technologies built for the media and broadcast industry. The IBC Exhibition draws over 57,000 attendees from 170 countries into 15 categorised halls whereby 1,700 companies have the opportunity to […]

28/08/2018

Hear me now: the future of voice and how it’s the new OS

Read the article written by TechRadar where Benedikt Von Thuengen, CEO, describes how Speechmatics is working to solve the accent and dialect issues when it comes to voice recognition technology. TechRadar

20/08/2018

Can Artificial Intelligence understand humour?

Read the article written by ‘The Network’ where Will Williams, Machine Learning Engineer at Speechmatics, gives his views on whether Artificial Intelligence can understand humour. The Network

09/08/2018

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