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Wednesday, October 4 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Anatomy of a Babelfish. Using ARI and speech technologies to build a "real time" call interpreter

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Nowadays speech-based telephony applications are gaining popularity due to all possible areas where they can be used. Transactional IVRs, automatic notifications, and custom telephony applications are common scenarios where this technology can be found. Likewise, the use of cloud-based speech technologies has been increasing thanks to the cost-benefit ratio derived from the affordable pricing and excellent quality making them the straightforward way to build speech applications quickly and easily. The main idea is to combine ARI, ASR, TTS and translation services to make a live demonstration of an almost real-time call interpreter.

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Jose Franco

CTO, iKono Telecomunicaciones
Jose Franco is a VoIP enthusiast. He found interesting everything related to Asterisk, SIP and VoIP in general. He has over ten years experience working with telephony, VoIP and Asterisk.



Wednesday October 4, 2017 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Colonial

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