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  1. Inci
    Inci May 29, 2009 at 10:13 pm |

    Thanks for the Nuance VM2T v SpinVox reviews. Will you be reviewing Yap, Vlingo and Promptu’s Shoutout for the iPhone as well (i.e. when the latter is available)? My understanding is that these three do not have human oversight thereby reflecting a more accurate performance of the ASR built for SMS, email, and voicemail, (i.e. speech to text (STT)). How about Phonetag? Don’t know if the latter has human agents involved.

  2. philippe
    philippe May 30, 2009 at 2:43 am |

    Are you REALLY sure that spinvox is ASR based ?
    I wonder why no one put a “powered by” to gain more visibility, having developped such a great engine …

  3. Inci
    Inci June 1, 2009 at 5:09 pm |

    Phonetag reached at to me as you can see in the comments of my earlier post.

    Eric, could you please guide me as to where your eariler post on Phonetag is?

    Thanks,
    Inci

  4. Igor Jablokov
    Igor Jablokov June 3, 2009 at 8:48 pm |

    Don’t worry about reviewing us directly, as you’ll probably end up being exposed to us elsewhere as we already power a number of the existing voicemail-to-text providers with our automation. Since our founding, we’ve evolved to become a platform provider rather than a direct to consumer offering (we can provide functionality similar to Google Search or Google Voice as a white label solution). Some of the same R&D staff that developed Dragon and ViaVoice are working their magic herein. Cheers!

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