Monday, April 02, 2012

Nuance Communications Wants a World of Voice Recognition - NYTimes.com

Excerpt from a Nuance profile
"No player is bigger in voice technology than Nuance, of Burlington, Mass., an industry pioneer that has acquired more than 40 companies in the field and today employs 7,300 people. It is one of the companies that helped make a big technological leap from programs that take dictation to systems that actually extract meaning from words and respond to them. Now it wants to push far beyond that.
“They are the equivalent of Microsoft, Google or Amazon in a very niche technological space,” says Andrew Rosenberg, an assistant professor of computer science at Queens College."
Nuance Communications Wants a World of Voice Recognition - NYTimes.com
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