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Happy Holidays from GreenKey!

Wishing you a cheerful holiday season and a Happy New Year from the entire team at GreenKey.

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Shared Machine Learning Across Wall Street Without Sacrificing Data Security

Read GreenKey’s White Paper on Error Correction Machines are quickly learning to understand human speech as well as human beings, and rapid gains across the industry are fueled by a singular focus: data.

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Tech Predictions for the New Year

‘Tis the season for holiday parties and hot cocoa. In the tech space, it’s also a time for reflections and predictions. A Look Back Voice technology has been a major player in 2018.

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Q&A: All About FreeSWITCH ClueCon 2018

Since 2005, members of the open-source community gather in Chicago each year for FreeSWITCH ClueCon. This annual conference is “a conference for developers, by developers” of the open-source voice over IP technology “FreeSWITCH” that powers many telephony platforms (including GreenKey).

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Expanding Scribe's Accent Coverage

Voice recognition is only as good as the inputs used to train the technology. That’s why introducing Scribe to the dialect of hundreds of accents has been crucial to ensuring its accuracy for transcription services.

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Alexa and Siri Won't Work in Noisy Environments

Voice assistants are everywhere, especially in people’s homes. We use Alexa, Siri, and Google Home to control our lights, answer trivia questions, and play music. Notably, sales of voice assistant devices have more than doubled in the last year.

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How close are we to Westworld? An A.I. and Voice Recognition Expert Weighs In

Most AI researchers I know are addicted to Westworld. Here’s why: it’s a representation of how far technology could go, while staying within the realm of plausible reality. The seamless interaction between humans and AI portrayed by HBO is something myself and other AI researchers strive to achieve.

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GreenKey Scribe SwitchBoard: The next step in voice technology

At GreenKey, our data science team is constantly focused on one question: How do we make a machine recognize speech as well as humans? Several companies have shown computers outperforming humans at speech recognition, but these tests are normally on specific types of audio and don’t involve noisy environments.

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Working in a Paradigm Shift

In my 20+ year career, I’ve been lucky enough to be on the cusp of two technology paradigm shifts. In 1997, I got into web development, and in 2010 I began working with mobile.

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GreenKey Scribe: Alexa-like Speech Recognition for Police, Fire, and Emergency Services

Over the last couple of years at GreenKey, I’ve been part of the team building Scribe, a deep-learning AI for nuanced industries. Dubbed the “Alexa for Wall Street” by Forbes, we’re now expanding Scribe’s focus to emergency services, like police and fire departments, and emergency medical technicians.

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GreenKey Technologies Offers a Compliance Solution to the CFTC's Rule 1.35

One of the ongoing challenges faced by most market participants after many new rules and regulations have been promulgated over the last few years is how to capture, store, analyze and retrieve the vast quantities of data that are produced from daily communications.

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Talk, Don't Type

Humans have been talking for 100,000 years – and now, with the latest developments in machine learning and computing power, machines are smart enough to listen. Not only can machines recognise speech, they can understand the meaning of it.

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Why Voice Collaboration Matters

Who is GreenKey really? We are a bunch of telephony, algo trading and web development geeks who had wanted to trade energy, which is largely a “call-around” OTC market. We were shocked when everyone told us we needed to set up private lines and purchase $10,000 telephones to talk to the market.

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