Voice recognition stories
Voice analytics market projected to reach USD 9.33 billion by 2030
The voice analytics market is set to soar to $9.33bn by 2030, fuelled by growing use of voice recognition tech.
Voice recognition software market to hit $10.5 billion by 2030
This advancement is due largely to the rise of artificial intelligence and natural language processing software, as well as improvements in computing power.
How voice recognition software assistance technology is improving efficiency and safety
Voice recognition technology's popularity has grown in many industries, including those operating in rugged environments.
Renesas and Cyberon expand services with voice recognition
Renesas and Cyberon partner to offer voice user interface solutions for Renesas customers using the RA MCU line.
Dubber acquires Notiv, adding AI-enabled transcription capabilities
Dubber acquires AI transcription service provider Notiv for A$6.6m, boosting its own AI programme and adding new revenue-generating services.
Research trials new way to stop voice spoofers in their tracks
Voice tech at risk of spoofing; Data61 develops anti-hack tool Void.
Amazon announces new Echo products, including Alexa features
Amazon has launched a new line-up of Echo devices, enabling users to access Alexa at home in different ways, as well as a range of Alexa features.
Victoria Uni students speak up for film dubbing
VoiceQ allows students to watch a video, transcribe it, caption it, subtitle it, and dub it.
Why voice biometrics will end the password era
Voice biometrics is a tried and tested security measure that more and more organisations are putting in place as more consumers ask for it.
ANZ Bank to roll out voice biometrics for high value transactions
From mid-2017, ANZ customers will be able to use their voice to transfer more than $1000 through ANZ’s mobile apps.
VoiceBox hires chief Aussie scientist to pave the way for voice AI
VoiceBox Technologies, the company behind the Samsung and Toyota voice assistants, is taking artificial intelligence to new heights with its Voice AI.
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