Speechmatics’ technology now available within Veritone’s aiWARE, the world’s first operating system for AI
Speechmatics’ technology is now available within aiWARE, the world’s first operating system for artificial intelligence.
Created by US-based Veritone, aiWare leverages machine learning models to transform audio, video, text and other data sources into “actionable intelligence”.
The system surfaces insights from high volumes of structured and unstructured data at scale.
With Cambridge-based Speechmatics’ speech recognition technology now embedded it now offers secure transcription capability as a cognitive service.
Customers can use it to convert unstructured voice data into text for analysis and make data-driven decisions, improve efficiency or manage compliance risks.
It can operate in real-time or through post-processing of archived voice data.
Jon Gacek, head of government, legal and compliance at Veritone, said: “Automatic speech recognition (ASR) technology adds tremendous value to aiWARE and the applications built upon it, taking unstructured voice data and turning it into actionable insights and data. With technology from innovators like Speechmatics available as a cognitive service within aiWARE, we are giving our customers access to highly accurate speech-to-text, and high-quality, real-time transcription functionality.”
Jeff Palmer, VP at Speechmatics, said: “Only in the last few years has speech-to-text technology become accurate enough for businesses to truly utilize, incorporate it as part of their business workflows and deliver material benefits.
“Speechmatics is the most accurate, any-context speech recognition engine on the market, whilst also offering a broad range of languages and the secure, on-premises deployments that are essential for our customer’s needs.
“Veritone offers the most comprehensive operating system for AI in the market so naturally, we are thrilled to be partnering with them. Veritone’s FedRAMP Authority To Operate (ATO) means we are able to operate fully across both Veritone’s US federal government and worldwide commercial customer base securely and accurately as a cognitive application.”
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