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Intel acquires natural language processing assets from Ginger Software

05/09, 1:35pm

Voice recognition tools, virtual assistant platform bought by Intel

Intel has acquired a selection of assets and staff from Ginger Software, a company based in Israel working in natural language processing. The purchase, thought to be worth up to $30 million, will allow Intel to push into the virtual assistant market, as well as bolstering its existing voice recognition projects, such as its Jarvis smart headset.

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Intel 'Jarvis' smart headset to process voice recognition offline

01/28, 12:22pm

On-processor voice recognition offered by Intel to smartphone manufacturers

Intel's wearable computing efforts will attempt to trump other voice recognition systems from Apple and Google by using offline processing, it has revealed. Rather than taking advantage of the cloud infrastructure, Intel plans to include voice recognition software from a third-party company on the Intel mobile processor itself, in order to quickly understand a verbal request without connecting to the Internet.

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Honeywell adds voice recognition to Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat

09/19, 11:15am

Thermostat responds to verbal requests to raise, lower temperature

Honeywell has introduced a new version of its Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat that can be operated hands-free using voice commands. The Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with Voice Control is able to understand when the homeowner is speaking to it and to follow verbal instructions, thanks to its cloud-based voice recognition system.

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Nuance Communications debuts Dragon Dictation for iPhone

12/09, 2:10am

Voice recognition app turns speech to text

Nuance Communications has introduced Dragon Dictation for the iPhone, its latest program that enables users to speak both e-mails and text messages without the need for typing. The program uses the Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech recognition technology that is said to support users talking at speeds up to five times faster than regular typing, and allows them to speak anything from single-lined text messages to status updates for Facebook, or even something as long as multi-paragraph e-mails.

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Vocalia 1.4 for iPhone adds German voice recognition

02/07, 10:20pm

Vocalia 1.4 launches

Creaceed has launched a new update to its voice recognition iPhone app, Vocalia 1.4, adding support for German language recognition and a German interface. Vocalia searches Address Book contacts via speech recognition, using the Julius engine for multi-locutor, speech recognition, supporting up to 5000 contacts. It recognizes a spoken name and brings up a list of possible matches, allowing the user to pick the contact from a short list, placing a call. In addition to German, the app supports English and French languages.

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