Ex-NASA Chief Goldin sets sights on neural networks

San Diego’s Intellisis, an-under-the-radar high-tech consulting and intellectual property firm founded by former NASA chief Daniel Goldin, has come out of stealth mode with a new name, new voice authentication technology and news that it has raised $100 million over the years. The company, founded in 2005, is now called KnuEdge. It said Monday that it launched a “military grade” voice recognition and authentication technology called KnuVerse that allows people to securely log in to computers and other devices using their voice — even in very noisy surroundings. “We work in real world conditions, not like other systems where you have to go to a quiet place,” said Goldin in an interview. “It is used in government environments, and it increasingly is getting used in financial institutions and other places.”…


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