Burlington, ON (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
True Voice Technologies today announced their patent pending Human Interactive Processing (HIP) interactive speech technology is available for people to experience on their new Demo Center. People can now gather information on the internet using the most natural method of communication, speech.
“Since the dawn of the internet, people have been waiting for speech technology to mature to the point where it can provide a more natural, reliable and efficient method to gather information on the internet” said Doug Moffat, President and CEO of True Voice Technologies. “Web Odyssey, our flagship product, combines proven technology from partners such as Microsoft, Loquendo and Adobe. We add reasoning capabilities using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the result is a more compelling and rewarding experience for people looking for information on a web site.”
The technology can also be used in Smart Phone applications and existing speech enabled applications. The verbal input and speech recognition AI technology mimics natural speech formation and interpretation:
- offers a natural, effective and enjoyable human to device interface
- provides full speech input for interactive websites and smartphone apps
- permits hands free verbal response to email, instant messaging and social networking apps
Web Odyssey is planned for release Q1 2011. “We’re currently looking for companies interested in partnering in Beta projects with a particular interest in companies associated with the visually and physically disabled,” explained Doug Moffat. “The possibilities are endless when you look at how speech can enhance a user’s experience.”
About True Voice Technologies
True Voice develops technology that improves the human machine interface using speech as the primary tool. Our technology can be licensed to existing speech solution vendors to improve their current applications as well as to create new applications in the telecom, mobile and internet industries.
True Voice Technologies was founded in 2009 boasting a talented group of engineers and scientists plus a management team with years of successful software development that are committed to providing speech solutions that are easier, simpler and more “human-like” to use.
For more information, visit truevoicetech.com