You may remember last month’s story about Nuance Communications and its “Can’t Stop Stupid Calls” contest, to which service representatives submit their most amusing customer interactions and stories about the strange and terrible calls they’ve received. Well, thus far, Nuance has received over one hundred bizarre and silly stories, including the following: A customer who […]
Hello everyone—I’m Meghan Goth, the newest addition to Speech Technology magazine. I’ll be keeping you up to date on all of the latest speech happenings around the world on our Web site, as well as posting my thoughts and questions for you here on the blog. I’ll be taking over for Lauren, whom I have […]
This week’s New Yorker has, of all things, a feature on speech technology. Unfortunately, only the abstract is available online, however the magazine is available on newstands throughout the week. As an added bonus, the magazine also has a piece by George Saunders, a fascinating profile on Keith Olbermann, James Wood reviews Rivka Galchen’s first […]
It’s with slumped shoulders and puffy eyes (not shown in this picture) that I say good-bye to this blog and Speech Tech. I’m going on to a new job in the city, and tomorrow’s my last day.
SCXML, or the “State Chart extensible Markup Language” provides a generic state-machine based execution environment based on CCXML and Harel State Tables. The fourth Working Draft of SCXMLhas been published at: http://www.w3.org/TR/scxml/ The main differences from the previous draft are: 1. the modularization of the language, 2. the introduction of profiles and 3. a revision […]