Central Square – #1 Public Safety Vendor

We learned the nature of the Public Safety market and the current state of the products by attending CentralSquare 2019.  Central Square Technologies (CST) is the #1 Public Safety player in the US and Canada by the above statistics. CST was formed by the merger of several companies, including Tritech, Superion, and Zuercher,  under one... Continue Reading →

2019 Turing Award Winners

  On March 27th, 2019, the Association for Computing Machinery, the world’s largest society of computing professionals, announced that Drs. LeCun, Hinton, and Bengio had won this year’s Turing Award for their work on neural networks (NY Times, WIRED). The Turing Award, which was introduced in 1966, is often called the Nobel Prize of computing,... Continue Reading →

Enterprise: Where No Voice Has Gone Before

Looking forward to the talk at the VOICE summit in Newark on July 24 how Voice and AI will transform every enterprise. We have entered the voice-first era, where voice will not just be used for simple tasks like control the meeting or book conference room, it will be used to complete mission-critical business tasks. I will weigh in... Continue Reading →

Why Alan?

We are inspired by Alan Turing’s ask in 1950 “can computers think?” Alan defined the famous Turing test as the machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human. The computing industry has advanced quite a bit since 1950. The recent advancements with the cloud, providing access to infinite... Continue Reading →

2018 will be the year of Voice in Enterprise

2017 was a year of Cambrian explosion for voice-enabled devices. Echo Dot was Amazon’s best-seller during the holiday period. CES this year offered a glimpse into the future of conversational voice: a world where consumers can use voice to control everything — thermostats, lamps, sprinklers, security systems, smartwatch, fitness bracelet, smart TV, or their vehicles. 2018 will be the... Continue Reading →

Taking your Voice Assistant to the Office

Voice assistants have been finding their way into our daily lives. Among at home voice-enabled speaker devices, Amazon has taken a 70% market foothold and sold over 25 million units, while Google trails behind at 23.8% market share and selling 5 million units. These devices, along with their mobile counterparts Siri, Cortana, and Google Assistant, have pushed... Continue Reading →

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