Compact voice UI at the edge: keeps voice data private

April 24, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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Sensory Inc. has released its first full feature embedded vocabulary speech recognition platform, TrulyNatural, boasting natural language understanding.

Designed to run completely on an applications processor, TrulyNatural does not require an internet connection, as all of the speech processing is done natively (at the edge), not in the cloud. It enables a safe, secure, consistent, reliable and easy to implement experience for the end-user, free of requiring any extra apps or WIFI to be setup or operational.

“To benefit from the advantages afforded by cloud-based natural language processing, companies have been forced to risk customer privacy by allowing always listening devices to share voice data with the recognition service providers,” explained Todd Mozer, CEO at Sensory.

“TrulyNatural does not require any data to leave the device and eliminates the privacy risks associated with sending voice data to the cloud, and as an added benefit it allows product manufacturers to own the customer relationship and experience.”

The speech recognition platform can provide a natural language voice UI on devices of all shapes and sizes, and can be deployed for domain-specific applications. Boasting an excellent task completion rate greater than 90 percent accurate, TrulyNatural can be as small as under 10MB in a natural language and large vocabulary setting, but it can also be scaled to support broad-domain applications like virtual assistants and call center chatbots with a virtually unlimited vocabulary. By categorizing speech into unlimited intents and entities, the natural language understanding component of the system enables intelligent interpretation of any speech and does not require scripted grammars.


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