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Mar 2017
Assess ? Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.

Nuance Mix is a framework for natural language processing from the company that created the speech-to-text technology behind Dragon Speaking and the first roll-out of Siri. This framework supports the creation of grammars that allow for free-form user interaction via voice. The developer defines a domain-specific grammar that the framework can train itself to understand. The outcomes are responses to user input that identify the user's intents and interaction concepts. At first, it is limited to phrases close to the ones used to train it, but over time it can start to identify meaning from more divergent phrasing. Though it is still in beta, the accuracy from early exploration has been compelling, and the eventual product is one to watch for application forms that could benefit from hands-free user interaction—including mobile, IoT, AR, VR and interactive spaces.

Nov 2016
Assess ? Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.

Nuance Mix is a framework for natural language processing from the company that created the speech-to-text technology behind Dragon Speaking and the first roll-out of Siri. This framework supports the creation of grammars that allow for free-form user interaction via voice. The developer defines a domain-specific grammar that the framework can train itself to understand. The outcomes are responses to user input that identify the user's intents and interaction concepts. At first, it is limited to phrases close to the ones used to train it, but over time it can start to identify meaning from more divergent phrasing. Though it is still in beta, the accuracy from early exploration has been compelling, and the eventual product is one to watch for application forms that could benefit from hands-free user interaction—including mobile, IoT, AR, VR and interactive spaces.

Published : Nov 07, 2016
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