Posts Tagged ‘applications’
January 21, 2015
I know it’s been months since Sensory has blogged and I thank you for pinging me to ask what’s going on…Well, lot’s going on at Sensory. There are really 3 areas that we are putting a strategic focus on, and I’ll briefly mention each:
- Applications. We have put our first applications into the Google Play store, and it is our goal over the coming year to put increased focus on making applications and in particular making good user experiences through Sensory technologies in these applications.
Download AppLock or VoiceDial
These are both free products and more intended as a means to help tune our models and get real user feedback to refine the applications so they delight end users! We will offer the applications with the technology to our mobile, tablet, and PC customers so they can build them directly into their customers’ user experience.
- Authentication. Sensory has been a leader in embedded voice authentication for years. Over the past year, though, we have placed increase focus in this area, and we have some EXCELLENT voice authentication technologies that we will be rolling out into our SDK’s in the months ahead.
Of course, we aren’t just investing in voice! We have a vision program in place and our vision focus is also on authentication. We call this fusion of voice and vision TrulySecure™, and we think it offers the best security with the most convenience. Try out AppLock in the above link and I hope you will agree that it’s great.
- TrulyNatural™. For many years now, Sensory has been a leader in on device speech recognition. We have seen our customers going to cloud-based solutions for the more complex and large vocabulary tasks. In the near future this will no longer be necessary! We have built from the ground up an embedded deep neural net implementation with FST, bag of words, robust semantic parsing and all the goodies you might expect from a state of the art large vocabulary speech recognition solution! We recently benchmarked a 500,000 word vocabulary and we are measuring about a 10% word error rate (WER). On smaller 5K vocabulary tasks the WER is down to the 7-8% range. This is as good as or better than today’s published state-of-the-art cloud based solutions!
Of course, there’s a lot more going on than just this…we recently announced partnerships with Intel and Nok Nok Labs, and we have further lowered power consumption in touchless control and always-on voice systems with the addition of our hardware block for low power sound detection.