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 […]
Opus Research’s third annual Voice Biometrics Conference in NYC today. As we’re actually preparing to ship the June issue, I’m not live blogging from it, so I can’t give a thorough convention report. Voice biometrics strikes me as an area that people have a great deal of hope for, even if there aren’t a great […]