InfoTalk-Recognizer

Best Cantonese Speech Recognition and Speech-to-Text
[ASR, STT, 語音轉文字]
Best and the highest quality Cantonese Speech Recognition (ASR) and Speech-to-Text (STT) in Hong Kong

As a winner of multiple awards, InfoTalk-Recognizer is widely accepted as the premier solution for applications that require multilingual, mixed-lingual automatic speech recognition (ASR) and/or speech-to-text (STT) and/or natural language understanding (NLU). #1 technology for multi-cultural environments such as trilingual Hong Kong, where Cantonese, Putonghua Chinese, and English are commonly spoken. [廣東話, 港式粵語, 普通話, 中文, 英語]

InfoTalk-Recognizer is ideal for numerous applications, call centers, chatbots, voicebots, customer services, such as intelligent interactive voice response (IIVR and IVR) systems, automated receptionists, speech analytics, transcriptions, transcribe applications, voice control devices, voice typing, speech writing, audio to text conversions.

Major Features

Languages:
Cantonese, Putonghua Chinese, English [廣東話,香港粵語,普通話,中文]

User-Friendly Technology:
Top-Quality Mixed Languages. Seamlessly Integrated with the Rest of the InfoTalk-RSVP Family. Empowered by Artificial Intelligence, Machine and Deep Learning Technology [AI, 人工智能,機器學習,深度學習].

Industry Standard:
Noise and Accent Tolerance in City Environments. Customers across many industries.

Rapid Deployment:
Industry-Standard Compliance. Phone and Data Networks.

Performance & Scalability:
Scalable Operation. Load-Balancing. Disaster Recovery.

Privacy & Flexibility:
On Premises and/or Cloud. Out-of-the-Box and/or Customization.

multilingual Speech Recognition (ASR)/Speech-to-Text in Cantonese , Putonghua, and English for multicultural environments
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7 Facts about Speech Recognition (ASR) / Speech to Text (STT) / Text to Speech (TTS) and Synthesis

7 Facts about Cantonese and
Chinese Speech Recognition (ASR)

What is speech recognition?

Speech recognition is about converting the human voice into text. You speak, and the technology converts your spoken words into texts.

What is multilingual speech recognition?

In a multi-cultural multilingual environment like Hong Kong, people often mix English words with Cantonese or Chinese words when they speak.  However, they speak these English words with unique non-native speaking accents, in contrast to native-speaking accents such as American English or British English.

Why is speech recognition challenging?

Everyone has a unique voice.  Even when the same person speaks the same word several times, the acoustic voice signal would be different every time.  Due to co-articulation, the acoustic signal of the word can also be affected by the words before and after it.  Technologists call it a stochastic (or non-deterministic) process, requiring sophisticated probabilistic modeling techniques. Environmental noise presents more hurdles for the technology to overcome.

Why is speech recognition in Cantonese and Chinese more challenging than in English?

Though Chinese is a tonal language, speech recognition in Putonghua is not necessarily more challenging than in English. However, Cantonese is more like a verbal language than a written language. The abundance of trendy idiosyncrasy, colloquialism, and slang in spoken Cantonese can sometimes cause difficulties even to local people in Hong Kong.

What is the difference between artificial intelligence (AI) and speech recognition?

Speech recognition has always been a multi-disciplinary discipline involving computer science, artificial intelligence, signal processing, information theory, acoustics, language, and linguistics, among others.  With recent technology advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep neural networks (DNN), speech recognition has become more interdisciplinary than ever before.

Is speech recognition still in the laboratory stage?

Over the past few decades, speech recognition systems in Cantonese, Putonghua, and English have been successfully deployed in a wide variety of industries in Hong Kong and Asia. Successful commercial deployment of speech recognition technology, especially in mission-critical high-traffic applications for public use, requires experience, expertise, and knowhow that are above and beyond simplistic laboratory experiments.

Does speech recognition have other names?

There are other names for speech recognition, such as automatic speech recognition (ASR), speech-to-text (STT), voice recognition (VR), voice-to-text (VTT), 語音辨識, 文語轉換, 語音控制, 語音轉文字.  They all mean more or less the same technology.

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