I’m in New York this week, although not at LegalTech 2014 the showcase of “big” legal technology, which has a real focus on eDiscovery. I did, however, have a peek at the agenda, and the the only hint of voice eDiscovery comes in one late afternoon session hosted by a well-known phonetic search company.  It […]

Buoyed by the interest in our Siri poll, we decided to run a survey more relevant to our core market. We believe that with an investment of under $10 per trader per working day, banks and other financial institutions can greatly enhance their monitoring and surveillance capability and therefore reduce the risk of another scandal. […]

One of the more interesting uses of Intelligent Voice is in Case Management and eDiscovery. Voice is one of the dark places that litigators fear to tread. It is expensive to transcribe, and expensive to listen to. Often the cost of this is disproportionate to the amount claimed and the other legal fees. And yet, […]

Following our recent post on the dangers of overselling the capabilities of voice recognition software (see here), we commissioned a poll of over 2,000 Americans to see whether they had used Siri in iOS7, what they thought of Siri’s capabilities, and whether they had been “oversold” by Apple. The results were a little shocking.  Once […]

There was an interesting paper posted on the LinkedIn Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) group a few days ago. The OUCH project (Outing Unfortunate Characteristics of HMMs) has been commissioned under a US government contract to look at where we are with ASR, and what can be done to make things better, if that is what […]

Look around any office in most large companies. If you spontaneously detonated all of the Apple-manufactured computing equipment in a 100 yard radius, there is little chance of any damage being done. Loosen your definition to include smartphones, and maybe you will hear a few pops, although it’s probably a personal iPhone while the company […]

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