December 17, 2012
Expect Labs' Anticipatory Computing Engine Incorporates Nuance Voice Technology
By Carolyn J Dawson
Expect Labs will incorporate voice technology from Nuance Communications (News - Alert) in a bid to extend the voice recognition potential of its Anticipatory Computing Engine. Conversations can be analyzed and comprehended instantaneously with the help of the Expect Labs Anticipatory Computing Engine.
The smart voice and video calling app for the iPad, MindMeld, is based on the Anticipatory Computing Engine. The organization can now advantageously utilize the Dragon Mobile SDK, available as a component of Nuance's NDEV mobile developer program.
The voice competences of MindMeld across an assortment of mobile device platforms can therefore be expanded by Expect Labs.
In a statement, Matt Revis, VP and GM, Dragon Devices, Nuance Mobile said, "We launched NDEV Mobile Platform to inspire mobile developers like Expect Labs to create breakthrough applications with our industry-leading speech recognition platform. MindMeld is a great example of the types of innovative applications that we're seeing across the NDEV program."
A novel kind of computing platform is currently being developed by Expect Labs. The numerous streams of data, produced by several computing devices, will be analyzed and modeled using this platform.
The Expect Labs platform constantly analyzes signals like location, voice and Web-based activity in order to generate a synchronized context model. This model can be utilized to foresee and sort out any information as per user requirements.
The organization has made ground-breaking progresses in three main areas: Real-Time Multi-Party Conversation Analysis, Continuous Context Modeling, and Proactive Information Discovery. Audio signals from all members in a group discussion can be analyzed at the same time using the Expect Labs technology platform. This ensures the instantaneous understanding of main topics and ideas of the discussion.
An uninterrupted model, capable of understanding the general significance of any conversation, is built by the Expect Labs technology as well. The Expect Labs platform advantageously utilizes its concurrent context model to analyze thousands of pieces of information and data sources in a proactive manner.
Timothy Tuttle, CEO at Expect Labs said, "The Nuance platform is the gold standard for voice recognition technology. We look forward to partnering with them to pioneer this new class of anticipatory computing applications."
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Edited by Braden Becker