Always-on-‘SIRI’: A Tech. which listens-interprets talks-calls, and fetches the best key info

SIRI is the personal voice assistant (voice activated smart iOS search) for iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch etc.), developed by the Apple Inc.

What SIRI does is that it pulls up the information what its users asks her (yes SIRI is a real female, living in Norway) : )  

Something on the lines of Apple’s SIRI is another app, known as: MINDMELD (by Expect Labs), which they say is a smarter way to have a conversation on your Apple iPAD!

What this MindMeld app do is, unlike SIRI, it skips the ‘asking step’ like SIRI do, instead, it is always-on … means MindMeld’s smart evolved and disrupting voice technology listens to the real conversations between persons or a group call conference between many persons,

… than this app interprets it, and pop up with the best useful-key information, which it thinks is best for you : ) and it will come up with most relevant links, videos, pictures or data like from Facebook, WWW etc. you may also swipe, drag or share them, if you like to do so … as the voice conversation proceeds ahead or changes the media or links also changes accordingly!

When you share the relevant media, this is also visible to all in your group conversation,

Is it an anticipatory computing with Mindmeld iPad conversation smart voice activated app?

Do Mindmeld (machine) app is smart enough to listen and than interpret the real human communication in real-time? Or it has an artificial intelligence? Think it over, or try a new way to SIRI on your iPad now!


Always-on-‘SIRI’: A Tech. which listens-interprets talks-calls, and fetches the best key info
Always-on-‘SIRI’: A Tech. which listens-interprets talks-calls, and fetches the best key info
Technologyreview says:

The 10-person company is developing what it calls an “always-on Siri”—a technology that listens to a phone call between two or more people, interprets the conversation as it happens, and brings up what it thinks is useful information. 

In the next few weeks, the San Francisco-based company plans to launch its first product, MindMeld, an iPad app for making video and voice calls. It also intends to license its “anticipatory computing
” engine to businesses this year, and this could give speech apps on tablets, phones, car dashboards, and elsewhere new capabilities. At a large workplace, for example, a business could build software that pulls up old meeting notes during conference calls by accessing document servers and calendars. A call centre company could use it to bring up purchase histories as representatives talk to customers. 

Also they say that a high quality group video calling with up to 8 people is also coming to the Apple iPad with this app.




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