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I Nailed It!

A few days ago I wrote a blog that talked about assistants and wake words and I said: “We’ll start seeing products that combine multiple assistants into one product. This could create some strange and interesting bedfellows." Interesting that this was just announced: http://fortune.com/2017/08/30/amazon-alexa-microsoft-cortana-siri/ Here’s another prediction for you… All assistants will start knowing who is talking to them. They…
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Here’s what’s next for always listening devices

Ten years ago, I tried to explain to friends and family that my company Sensory was working on a solution that would allow IoT devices to always be “on” and listening for a key wake up word without “false firing” and doing it at ultra-low power and with very little processing power. Generally, the response was “Huh?” Today, I say,…
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How Hollywood gets biometrics wrong (and what it gets right)

Setting aside the question of whether rogue robots will create a dystopian future, there is one area that artificial intelligence (AI) in movies all seem to coalesce on: biometrics will take over for keys and passwords. There are over 200 movies that show the use of biometrics – here’s a list of 184 of them, and here’s a compilation of…
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Staying Ahead with Advanced AI on Devices

Since the beginning, Sensory has been a pioneer in advancing AI technologies for consumer electronics. Not only did Sensory implement the first commercially successful speech recognition chip, but we also were first to bring biometrics to low cost chips, and speech recognition to Bluetooth devices. Perhaps what I am most proud of though, more than a decade ago Sensory introduced…
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What Makes the Latest Version of TrulySecure so Different?

A key measure of any biometric system is the inherent accuracy of the matching algorithm. Earlier attempts at face recognition were based on traditional computer vision (CV) techniques. The first attempts involved measuring key distances on the face and comparing those across images, from which the idea of the number of "facial features" associated with an algorithm was born. This…
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