Displaying items by tag: Speech Recognition
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NeuroLeap replaces the current paper-based, labor-intensive, legacy methods with a comprehensive 3-pronged solution: (1) Cloud-based AI, (2) a customized computer system, and (3) sensor modules. This enables one individual to both diagnose and address multiple learning disabilities, for a range of conditions. Using legacy methods, one expert is required for a one-on-one diagnosis while another expert manages one-on-one intervention. NeuroLeap…
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Create technologies to help education businesses. Starting with speech technologies for language learning, especially pronunciation assessment.
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Morpheus Media Engine is a Voice/Video Over IP solution which will take Unified Communication to the next level.
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The problem of search from a desktop computer is essentially solved, Google. However, it's projected that by the end of 2013, more people will using mobiledevices than desktops. Then the question is: "Who solves the problem ofmobile search?". We want to be the answer to that question. We are developing a mobile search solution. Using the spoken word a user asks a…
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Do you like Siri? I'm on the way to found a startup who develops a Siri-like virtual personal assistant for Windows (XP, Vista, 7,8). I'm looking for a co-founder who has experience in building Windows Apps. So if you can do that and reading this right know, that means I want you! This startup will be based in Singapore, that…
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Research shows that children often feel stressed when reading to adults, afraid that making mistakes will be seen as failure. Reading alone improves performance by 30%, but when the child experiences difficulties there is no one to give feedback. Tiny Ears is a captivating animated storybook for iPads that helps young children from 4-7 years old, learn to read. It uses…