Neural chip could aid voice recognition, man-machine learning

Defense IT Neural chip could aid voice recognition, man-machine learning By George Leopold Jun 09, 2016 A neural chip technology startup focused on Siri-like human-machine interactions emerged from stealth mode this week to unveil “military-grade voice recognition and authentication technology” along with a proprietary neural processor approach. San Diego-based KnuEdge was founded a decade ago by former NASA Administrator Dan Goldin and has so far raised about $100 million in private funding while developing its neural computing platform over the last five years. The startup is positioning its neural chip and voice authentication technology as advancing the state of the art for human-machine interactions and voice biometrics. As part of its unveiling, KnuEdge also announced a voice recognition and authentication platform that the startup claims addresses security and background noise issues.…


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