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They ARE watching and listening to me…

Sensory prides itself on being one of the few deep learning companies working with vision and voice that quite intentionally does not try to collect personal information. We believe that private information should stay private, and we traditionally felt that the best way to accomplish this was to not let any data leave the device. For that reason, Sensory’s technology…
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Elbows and elevators, hey voice developers can’t we do better?

Most of us have probably witnessed some new and unexpected human behaviors as society slowly emerges from the pandemic. For example, many people have shifted away from shaking hands and fist bumps have become the new norm. Less contact seems to be effective for preventing the spread of germs and also a trend that may continue well after the pandemic…
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Sensory in Toys – Advancing to the Past or Back to the Future?

Sensory has been around for about 28 years. Our very first product was the RSC-164. RSC stood for recognition, synthesis, and control and was based around the idea that an 8-bit microcontroller could not only act as a controller but also as a means for performing speech recognition and speech output. We used only 2KB of RAM and added a…
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Vivoka’s Voice Development Kit V3 Now Includes Sensory’s AI

Vivoka expands their range of embedded voice technologies on their latest Voice Development Kit with the integration of Sensory’s TrulySecure Voice & TrulyNatural  Companies desire dynamic embedded voice recognition capabilities beyond the cloud-tethered offerings from tech giants like Google or Amazon in order to own or brand their voice experience. Vivoka’s latest Voice Development Kit 3.0 uniquely equips developers with…
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Amazon Alexa TVs…What does this mean??

Fifteen years ago, Silicon Valley had a mantra that the US couldn’t compete in consumer electronics. Yeah we could do PCs, and cars and software, and there were dozens of “exceptions” like Microsoft’s Xbox,  but the land of cameras, TVs, audio/video, telephones and other mainstream CE devices belonged to Asia. Silicon Valley was chips and software…VC’s wouldn’t touch the CE…
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