Chatbots are personalized, conversations are transcribed in real-time, and your identity can be verified by just the sound of your voice.
The future speaks, don’t get left behind.
We work with you to customize our technology to your specific needs. Whether we’re building a speech recognition system that works in your product, a text-to-speech voice that runs on your specific hardware, or a conversational AI system for a unique interface.
We’ve previously written about one of our core technologies at Cobalt Speech & Language - automatic speech recognition (ASR). When you speak, the ASR system converts your spoken words into text. Another core technology at Cobalt is text-to-speech (TTS), or speech synthesis, which converts written words into spoken audio.
Many people have used automatic speech recognition systems to transcribe audio to text, but there are a host of other items that it’s useful to identify from a stream of audio. One task in particular is called diarization - who spoke when? Knowing this information can help with a range of downstream applications. For example, in meeting summarization, knowing who said something means you can accurately make notes and allocate action items.