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Privacy Ain't What it Used to Be

At Apple’s 2021 Worldwide Developer Conference Tim Cook announced a number of changes to improve privacy. This isn’t new for Apple, they have been touting privacy for a long time. It has always been rumored that it was the lack of data capture that kept Siri behind other assistants. Now Siri will run on device! I do think this is…
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The Sensory Private Hybrid Cloud

  What is it? The term “Hybrid Cloud” is generally used to describe an on-premise private cloud that operates in conjunction with public cloud. That’s NOT what Sensory is considering. Instead, we envision a “hybrid” of embedded or edge-based functionality with a cloud that can run on-premise, in your network, or in a public cloud. Sensory’s Private Hybrid Cloud excels…
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The Key to a Great Custom Voice Assistant

A large European Telecom company invested close to a hundred million Euros on rolling out their own voice assistant on their own hardware. They tested their custom wake word with Sensory's wake word algorithm and found that it actually met their accuracy specification requirement. Their existing voice trigger (aka wake word) solution hadn’t met the market requirement, but they shipped…
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Sensory Removes Barriers to Entry for Endpoint Voice Control (Arm Blueprint)

Sensory Inc. executive Joseph Murphy explores the obstacles in the path to full natural language control of our home devices, and the ways Sensory is mitigating against them By Joe Murphy, Executive, Sensory Inc. “Defrost one pound of frozen chicken.” I have no clue what magical button sequence on my microwave will get me there, but it sure is easy…
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The Most Requested Yet Most Under Utilized Voice Technology

Sensory went around pitching mobile phone companies to use wake words around 2009. Companies like Samsung and Motorola utilized this “new voice technology” in phones about 3-5 years after we pitched it. When we were offering the fixed wake words like “OK Google”, “Hi Galaxy” and “Hey Cortana” we also offered what we called User Defined Triggers (UDT), where the…
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