AT&T Makes Watson Speech APIs Available to Developers
Jul 9, 2012, 11:08 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T today announced that the Watson Speech APIs it revealed earlier this year are now available for download by interested developers. Developers will be able to use the APIs to create voice-enabled applications and services for smartphones, TVs, and other digital devices. The first AT&T Watson Speech APIs available cover web search, local business search, question and answer, voicemail-to-text, SMS, U-verse electronic programming guide, and a dictation API for general use of speech recognition. In addition to the APIs, AT&T also plans to make an SDK available to help make integrating speech into applications easier. AT&T already uses the Watson speech technology in a number of Android and iOS applications. AT&T said that its speech SDKs for native and HTML5 apps will be available soon.
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