Clarify Launches into Public Beta

With a mere two lines of code, a developer’s media library can be made searchable.

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Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Clarify announces today that their API-accessible media search platform has been released to public beta and is immediately available for all developers. With a free developer key in hand, users can integrate multimedia search into their applications in any common programming language. Clarify’s mission is to deliver complex audio and language processing technologies via simple APIs.

According to Ivo Rothschild, Clarify’s Co-founder and Head of R&D, “Today’s launch is the culmination of our efforts to bring speech science to real world applications. Developers now have access to state-of-the-art R&D through a modern REST API.”

Nearly 300 companies participated in the private beta, giving feedback while building advanced voice and video applications. According to Scott Barstow, Principal at Bandwidth Labs, “Clarify has the potential to provide Bandwidth customers with new, valuable insights that have previously been locked up in proprietary, expensive platforms. We are continuing to work closely with Clarify to fully understand how our customers might take advantage of their technology in the near future.”

Clarify Inc. is headquartered in Austin, TX, and is backed by Projector Capital and several prominent California and Texas Angel investors. The technology is based on IP developed by OP3NVoice, an alumnus of TechStars, the Fintech Innovation Lab, and the BBC Media Lab. Clarify is a Capital Factory Incubator company.

Contact: media(at)clarify(dot)io for additional information.


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