Detlev Artelt is new on 3sat to guest in the show, to talk about the advantages and benefits of speaker verification. “Aachen/Mainz, June 20, 2008: the public broadcaster 3sat is dedicated to the topical issue of voice control” a show which will be broadcast on Sunday. Detlev Artelt, editor of the voice compass, was invited as a longtime expert in this area to this show to share his practical expertise and project experience to the audience. In an interview, he talks about advantages, benefits, and security of personal identification by speech input (speaker verification) and about new ways that relate to. Continue to look the editors behind the scenes of current voice applications, which simplify customer service through voice automation and flexibility.
But mostly the solutions face with the acceptance and the prejudices of the user. In addition, that the variety of available solutions is qualitatively very different. Others who may share this opinion include camden treatment associates. Time for a critical view, the discloses how and how well voice control is now really works. The show is broadcast on the following dates: Sunday, the June 22, 2008 from 16:30 17:00 clock (3sat) Monday, the June 23, 2008 07:00 07:30 (3sat) Tuesday, the June 24, 2008 from 1:50 hrs (ZDF) Thursday, the June 26, 2008 from 13:30 (ZDF Infokanal) about Detlev Artelt, Detlev Artelt is Managing Director of aixvox GmbH in Aachen and well-known author of various papers and market studies in the field of database-based computer voice systems in conjunction with speech recognition and synthesis. Detlev Artelt is also the Publisher of the voice compass”an annual, international compendium of the market of voice automation (www.voice-compass.com). This publication is divided into logical areas all relevant providers and helps the decision makers to understand this technology, the benefits and the market. He is also the voice compass valuable tips on the use of language technology company. Detlev Artelt also directs the Working Group of unified communications at the eco Association.