Sensory has gone all-in on supporting the new Cortex-M55/85 and Ethos-U55/65 microNPU from Arm. Sensory’s array of new offerings for speech recognition and Sound ID takes advantage of the Arm U55/65 and or CM55/85 series to include new ways to build models, run deep-learned inference, plus enhanced compatibility with TensorFlow Lite …Let’s explore some of these offerings. The U55/U65 offers…Read More
Just about every quarter some big chip company announces an initiative or partnership in speech recognition. I saw one a couple months back and the announcement was so vague that it wasn’t even clear what technology would be available where, with what memory requirements or in what language or at what cost. It was unclear how to start developing and…Read More
Embedded Dictation, Can You Do it?
It’s funny how many companies ask for or claim that they can provide embedded dictation without qualifying what they really want or provide. Embedded dictation is very easy to do, but one must consider… Which languages? Some languages are easier than others. Different accuracies and conditions could require more data to train on. Luckily Sensory has been around long enough…Read More
The speed at which we can buy and receive products has escalated with the rise of one click internet shopping, the gig economy for deliveries, and economies of scale through improved logistics, warehousing, and deliveries. The rise of robotic and drone deliveries is going to make it all the easier to get stuff fast. Helping the speed of buying is…Read More
One of the great things about Sensory is the traction we have had over the years. Not just traction that produces revenues and profits, but traction that gives us insights into what hundreds of multibillion-dollar companies want in their speech solutions. Since Sensory introduced the first commercially successful voice triggers aka wake word that called up a voice assistant (e.g.…Read More
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