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Utterance segmentation made sensitive to speaker identity (features)
Utterance segmentation appears to be entirely independent of (the features used for) speaker labeling. Specifically, it was noticed that even though the speaker labeling correctly identifies that a new speaker (very clear because it goes from mal...
Ability to move fully trained STT models between separate instances (i.e. DEV vs. PROD or separate accounts)
Customers for best practice reasons keep environments separate (DEV vs. PROD) for security, performance, testing & availability of the model.
Training STT models can take hours to train.
Not utilizing fully trained models results in delay...
India is the 4th largest economy in the world with a population of 1.3 billion. Over 50% of the population speak & communicate in Hindi. While Watson is well regarded in the market, the lack of Hindi language support is hindering sales and wh...
In the Speech-To-Text service, improve that output generated by speaker_labels option.
I have a major call center use case that requires text transcription of 2 distinct voices, a call center rep. and a customer. I need to group the transcribed text by each of these 2 people. The speaker_labels feature returns a list of time ranges,...
Automatically detect the voice model to improve transcription in use cases where multiple speakers have different accents (e.g. US and UK on the same line) - similar to language detection in Watson Assistant.
Improve API response structure for timestamps and word_confidence within STT SpeechRecognitionAlternative model
As part of the response from making a POST to the v1/recognize endpoint in the Speech to Text service, the user receives an array of "alternatives". Within these "alternatives" objects, there are two arrays called "word_confidence" and "transcrip...
Refugees and Asylum Applicants are interviewed verbally. In most cases translators give answers in german. These answers are written manually into a protokol. The given information is critical for two reasons. Decision to Stay and Security. Today ...
Requesting for IBM Bluemix Watson Text-to-speech supports Mandarin and Cantonese
IBM Bluemix Watson Text-to-speech service supports Mandarin and Cantonese.
IBM Bluemix Watson Speech-to-Text support Mandarin, it's logical that Text-to-speech support Mandarin.
Meanwhile, there is a niche market on STT/TTS for Cantonese, which ...
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