A deep dive into the ins and outs of a crucial voice assistant component; wake words.
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Wake word detection
SoundHound Director Of Business Development, Darin Clark, join us to share the ins and outs of wake word detection for voice AI and speech recognition systems.
One of the crucial parts of creating a voice assistant is the ability for the assistant to start listening when you say its name. For example “Alexa”, “Hey Siri” or “OK Google”. They are all examples of ‘wake words’. But how to you create your own wake word for your brand? How do you deploy a wake word onto something like an app or some hardware, such as an in-car infotainment system, a speaker or even a fridge or other smart device?
All of those questions will be answered, and more, in this live interview with Darin Clark, Director Of Business Development at leading voice AI company, SoundHound.
Find out more about Soundhound and how it can help you create your own wake word.