AT&T to Release Watson APIs in June

by Datamation.com Staff

The new tools will allow developers to add AT&T's voice recognition technology to their apps.

AT&T has announced that it in June it plans to release several application development tools related to its Watson voice recognition technology. It will initially launch seven APIs for web search, local business search, Q&A, voice mail to text, SMS, AT&T's U-verse video programming guide and a general-purpose dictation API. In addition, it will put out a Speech Kit SDK.

AT&T has been working on its Watson voice recognition services for more than two decades. In the past, the technology has been used extensively in automated phone menus, but the new releases will expand the technology into mobile apps and other areas.

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This article was originally published on Friday Apr 20th 2012
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