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Wednesday, July 2 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Winthorpe - Let Your Applications Listen... And Talk - Jaska Uimonen, Intel

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Winthorpe is a platform service for speech recognition and synthesis. It aims to ease the process of speech-enabling applications. By taking care of the details of the actual recognition and synthesis, Winthorpe allows application developers to focus their full attention on improving usability by utilizing this new interaction mechanism with the end user. Applications register their grammar of commands with Winthorpe and get notified when commands are recognized. Winthorpe has a flexible plugin infrastructure allowing different recognition and synthesis backends to be easily plugged in and bridging to existing speech services like Siri and Google Now. By tapping into system policy and obeying policy decisions Winthorpe allows making speech control more context aware and thus more natural. Winthorpe is currently available in the Tizen IVI profile.


Jaska Uimonen

Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Specializing in audio software | Currently linux software engineer at Intel, doing open source resource policy engine called Murphy (01.org/murphy) | Currently involved in developing Tizen automotive stack | Previously software engineer at nokia (Meego, worked with N9 and N900 linux phones) | Have had a presentation in couple of conferences | Have been lecturing in the university for 10 years

Wednesday July 2, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am

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