Jibbigo is the world’s first speech-to-speech translator on a phone that runs both online and offline, the company said.
New speech and voice recognition technologies would likely be used to augment Google’s “conversational search” offering.
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Based on electronics modeled after the human ear, the Audience Smart Sound Processor will enable better voice calls and speech recognition.
By now, shouldn’t we be able to say “beam me up, Scotty” and have it actually happen? Speech technology will fundamentally transform the way we interact with mobile apps and devices, but the technology is taking its sweet time to go mainstream. iSpeech is hoping to accelerate innovation, by making its self-service speech platform available for developers of iOS, Android and BlackBerry — for free.
Google is taking a cue from desktop speech recognition software, like the popular Dragon Naturally Speaking program, by bringing personalized voice profiles to Android’s mobile Voice Search app.