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Sue Ellen Reager, CEO Patent Holder. What do these have in common?. Embedded applications Telephone and telecom IVR applications Software & navigational TTS devices Voice products Kiosks and on-screen Talking machines Web sites Flash. What do these have in common?.

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Sue Ellen Reager, CEO

Patent Holder


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What do these have in common?

  • Embedded applications

  • Telephone and telecom

  • IVR applications

  • Software & navigational

  • TTS devices

  • Voice products

  • Kiosks and on-screen

  • Talking machines

  • Web sites

  • Flash


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What do these have in common?


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What do these people have in common?


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What do these have in common?


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Welcome to the future of our industry,

speech technology globalization


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Ultimate personalization


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Until now…

Why has localization and personalization been so expensive?

Code, cost and risk. 


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Case Study

Telecom app for India


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Case Study

Unified messaging


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Case Study

Hotel Telephone system: messaging, wake-up, room service


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English: You have <number> messages in your mailbox.

Japanese: Your basket in (2-ken) message there is.

Malay:  In your basket (2) message message.

Portuguese: You have (2-feminine) messages in your mailbox.

Arabic: You have twmessagi (blank) in your mailbox.

Hungarian:  You (2-neutral) messages have.

  • 21 in Russian

  • 14 in Japanese

  • 11 in Mandarin

  • 2 in English

  • 7 in Spanish

English: Message received on June 4th, 2005 at 3:45 PM.

Asia: Year 2005 6 month 4 day on PM 3 hour 45 at message received.

German date with weekday: Nachricht amMontag, denzweiten Januar geschickt.

German date no weekday:Nachricht amzweiten Januar geschickt.


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The User Experience (presentation layer) :

  • Text on screen

  • Words

  • Language

  • Translation

  • Voice files

  • Music files

  • Text to speech

  • Voice recognition

  • Subtitling for the hearing impaired

  • Subtitling for language translation

  • Other elements


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Replaced with this:

loadGCTableDriver(Entry#22)

getGCTDList(Entry#22)

unloadGCTableDriver(Entry#22)


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Same code block: software menus and messages

Software translation, personalization


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Personalization

Visual translation, personalization


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Kiosks, scanners, appliances


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Variable

Variable

Variable

Variable

Variable

Starts here...

...and ends here.

Client Application

Sends basic info to Table Driver and asks “What do I do?”

Client Application

Does whatever needs to be done.

Text to Display

Language

Wav name list

Generated IVR Grammars

Sentence

Name

Text to send to TTS

more...

TABLE DRIVER

Compound Number and Currency Driver

Audio Feeder

Offline IVR Grammar Generator

Text Feeder

Telephone Number and Address Driver

Multimedia Feeder

Extract English

Extract Spanish

Extract Japanese

Or one extract with all languages


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One code block returns :

3 buffer example:

1. Audio file list: Deposited.wav, on_June.wav, 4th.wav, 2005.wav

2. Screen text: Deposit received: 6/4/05

3. TTS text: “deposit posted june four two thousand five“


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Voice response code internationalization

;orig: ?SEF_LIB_UM_UH~0.01

;orig: ?([i'd (i would)] like to give ?some)

;orig: feed back

?SEF_LIB_UM_UH~0.01

[

(?KEY_NEED KEY_giveFeedback)

]

?SEF_LIB_UM_UH~0.01


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Voice response code templates

?KEY_prepositions

?articles

KEY_landmarkName

Another version of template:

?articles

KEY_landmarkName

?KEY_prepositions


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Original language: Peachtree Street Northwest

Auto reordering: street Peachtree northwest

Auto translation: calle Peachtree noroeste

Speaking telephone numbers according to the language:

  • Digit by digit:7-7-2-4-4-1-6-0-0-0

    • USA style:7-7-2, 4-4-1, 6-thousand

    • UK style: double7 – 2 – double4 – 6 – tripleOh

    • European:7 hundred 72 - 44 - 16 - 23

    • Single Digit Hund:7 - 72 - 44 - 16 - 23

And shows them on screen in proper punctuation:

  • (770) 414-4600

    • 77.04.14.67.00

    • 7704 / 144.600

    • +1 770.414.4600 ...


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How Customization Works

Language hierarchy

ClientApplication

Sales

English

Spanish

Retail

Hot Deals

Mandarin

Home Depot

Promotions

Tex-Mex

Store 143

Californian

Mandarin

Southern USA

Customized

Southeast

Headquarters

Mexican

Mainland

China

Mandarin

Standard

Broadcast

Accent

Neutral Spanish

Base

X

X

X

X

X


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System Localizer


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