Building Speech Applications Just Got Easier: AT&T Releases Speech API
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AT&T Labs Fellowship Award Winner
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AT&T WATSON(SM) Voice Recognition Technology & Speech API
true AT&T WATSON, automatic speech recognition, speech technologies AT&T WATSONSM is a general-purpose engine that performs a variety of speech and analysis tasks, including automatic speech r
PLOW: A Collaborative Task Learning Agent
years, he has been focussing on producing end-to-end working dialog systems that can connect everyday ...
AT&T Natural VoicesTM Text-to-Speech
Natural Voices is AT&T's state-of-the-art text-to-speech product, taking text and producing natural-sounding, synthesized speech in a variety of voices and languages.
Video - Indexing and Representation (Metadata)
Video and multimedia indexing and representations (i.e. metadata), their production, and use. Links to projects within the AT&T Video and Multimedia Technologies and Services Research Department.
Visualizing Empirical Dialog Trajectories
1 VISUALIZING EMPIRICAL DIALOG TRAJECTORIES Jeremy Wright* Member, IEEE, Alicia Abella, and David Kapilow Abstract — Automated spoken dialog systems require systematic procedures
Applying POMDPs to Dialog Systems in the Troubleshooting Domain
Applying POMDPs to Dialog Systems in the Troubleshooting Domain Jason D. Williams AT&T Labs ... ) to a commercial dia- log domain: troubleshooting. In the trou- bleshooting domain, a spoken
Semantic Data Mining of Short Utterances
Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja, Lee Begeja Semantic Data Mining of Short Utterances IEEE Transactions On Speech Audio Processing Special Issue on Data Mining of Speech Audio and Dialog September
Abstractions for programming SIP back-to-back user agents
Pamela Zave, GregoryW Bond, Eric Cheung, ThomasM Smith Abstractions for programming SIP backtoback user agents Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Principles Systems and Applicatons of IP Telecommunications ACM SIGCOMM