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Sensory and DSP Concepts: Collaborating to Empower Product Makers

Sensory and DSP Concepts both provide technologies that empower developers to make better audio products. Sensory focuses on improving the user experience through embedded machine learning technologies for wake word detection, command and phrase spotting, natural language processing, and sound identification. The mission of DSP Concepts is to make audio innovation easy, providing product makers with a low-code, hardware-independent audio…
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Are we there yet? Voice Control in Cars: The past, present, and hopeful future.

I absolutely love using voice control in my car. Although I may be what marketing folks describe as an “early adopter” when it comes to voice control technology, I love this technology because it works, well at least it does most of the time. The ability to pick a song or podcast, dictate texts, and add a stop along my…
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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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