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New Blog on the Future of Speech Applications

AVIOS announces a new blog devoted to the future of applications using speech technologies.

The Advanced Voice Input Output Society (AVIOS) announces a new blog devoted to the future of applications using speech technologies. Each week a new article will be written and posted by a speech technology expert. The public is invited to submit questions, comments, observations, and additional predictions on each weekly topic. The blog can be viewed by setting your browser to http://www.avios.org.

What will the world of speech technology be in the next five years? Weekly articles will include:

· Accessing In-depth information by voice: City Companion by Deborah Dahl

· Multimodal User Interfaces by Matt Yuschik, CitiBank CTO R&D

· Speech-enabled owner’s manual for the car by Tom Schalk

· Language learning by Bill Scholz, President, AVIOS

· “Do-it-yourself” apps by James A. Larson, Co-Program Chair, SpeechTEK

· Stress detection using speech analysis by Nava A. Shaked, CEO, BBT Ltd.

· Speech analytical tools by Loren Wilde, CTO, Wilder Communications, Inc.

· The dream of a personal assistant by Roberto Pieracine, Director and CEO, The International Computer Science Institute (ICSI)

· The future of spoken language interaction with computers by Alexander Rudnicky, Carnegie Mellon University

· Making speech-based interaction truly natural by Sara H. Basson, Worldwide Program Director – Services Innovation Lab IBM – TJ Watson Research Center

Visit the blog each week to read about and participate in discussions about future applications of speech technology.

The Applied Voice Input Output Society (AVIOS) is a not-for-profit private foundation founded in 1981. AVIOS provides a forum for promoting practical applications of advanced speech technology, such as speech recognition, text-to-speech synthesis, and speaker authentication, along with supporting technologies such as natural language interpretation and knowledge representation.

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