This month, GreenKey leadership participated in events in Chicago, New York, Orlando, Toronto and Zurich, focusing on promoting our open source partnership with FINOS, explaining our collaboration with Verint, and exploring new opportunities with emergency services. Meeting the Nation’s Police Chiefs Our founder, Anthony Tassone, attended IACP’s annual conference in Orlando to meet with chiefs of police and better understand the growing need police and fire departments have for voice technology.
(CHICAGO, June 6, 2018) – GreenKey Technologies, creator of an artificial intelligence (AI) and voice-driven collaboration tool for financial market participants, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has accepted its application for improved speed and transcription accuracy of automatic speech transcription based on multiple speech-to-text engines. The speech recognition engine, GreenKey Scribe, can reduce transcription error rates by 50 percent using the approach documented in the new patent.
Traders working in fast-paced markets with negotiation, like fixed income, are accustomed to talking through their turrets to counterparties. Now with combined technology from IPC and GreenKey Technologies, they can talk to their turret, and the turret will capture their voice and fill in forms… Interested in reading more? Read the original Forbes article.
Original Article Traders need to think quickly, speak quickly, type quickly to capitalize on near-instantaneous market movements. But they’re only as fast as their fingers, which on average type 30 to 40 words per minute. Nader Shwayhat, CEO of GreenKey Technologies, thinks he can accelerate the trading process with voice commands. By voice-activating trades through high-accuracy transcription services, Shwayhat hopes to bring transaction speeds closer to the rate of human speech, about 140 or 150 words per minute.
Our CEO, Nader Shwayhat was interviewed by the John Lothian News team during the FIA Boca Conference. For years people have been predicting the demise of voice broking, but to a great extent what has happened is smaller voice broker desks are doing the same amount of work. This calls for more efficiency and a creative use of technology, according to Nader Shwayhat, the CEO of GreenKey Technologies. To read the full article and watch the video, please click here.