San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2016
Talks at the sixth annual Mobile Voice Conference (April 11-12 in San Jose, CA) show the maturing and rapid adoption of the Language User Interface as speech recognition, natural language understanding, and conversational text and voice interaction. The LUI is an easier connection to digital systems, partially motivated by the increased difficulty of using the classical Graphical User Interface on smaller mobile devices. The full conference program with talks has just been published.
The Mobile Voice Conference covers the core technologies and tools required to use the Language User Interface, including speech recognition, natural language interpretation of both speech and text, and conversational applications, holding a dialog with a digital service or system. It also covers complementary technologies such as biometric voice authentication and user identification, multimodal interfaces where speech complements the GUI, and speech analytics that allow understanding your customer.
About the Applied Voice Input Output Society
AVIOS is a not-for-profit private foundation founded in 1981 with the goals of informing, educating, and providing resources to developers and designers of new and changing speech technologies. AVIOS endeavors to create linkages between users, developers, and researchers to advance speech and multimodal technology with a long tradition of conferences and local chapter meetings around the US and internationally. See http://www.avios.org.
Mobile Voice Conference Sponsors
Cobalt Speech & Language