With its TrulyHandsfree™ voice control, Sensory has dominated the mobile handset platforms’ demand to have an ultra low power “always listening” technology for speech recognition, eliminating the need for button presses or touching. Mobile handset customers of this technology include Samsung,
Machine Learning Focus in New Boulder Office
Sensory is expanding its workforce and access to top research institutes and PhDs by opening a new office in
The Next Evolution of Search
In efforts to create the most powerful embedded recognizer available, Sensory is expanding into embedded Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition (LVCSR), allowing the company to take advantage of state of the art techniques including deep belief networks and weighted finite state transducer search. Dr.
“The new LVCSR engine will enable a more natural interface between people and their products without the constraints of limited vocabulary engines,” said
Sensory plans to showcase its embedded LVCSR technology in early 2014.
Expanding our Senses to Vision
“Since its founding 20 years ago, Sensory has worked to improve the user experience in controlling consumer electronics through the use of Sensory functions. We are very excited to be adding computer vision technology to our portfolio to enable a new level of accuracy and convenience in intuitive user control,” Mozer said.
The vision team, led by vision industry veteran and Stanford PhD Dr.
Sensory’s first offerings combining vision and speech are expected to be released in 2014.
TrulyHandsfree is a trademark of
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