General Voice has been creating products and technologies since 2001. Announcements and activities summarized below:
- General Voice is granted patent Number 10,109,279 from the US Patent and Trademark office in October 2018 for a Large Vocabulary Binary Speech Recognition.
- May 2018 General Voice is engaging with a university and FPGA company to develop it’s hardware based large vocabulary speech recognition ASIC.
- General Voice is granted patent Number 9,558,746 from the US Patent and Trademark office in January 2017.
- General Voice is granted patent Number 8,818,807 from the US Patent and Trademark office in August 2014.
- General Voice is granted patent Number USRE44248 from the US Patent and Trademark office in May 2013.
- General Voice is granted patent number 7,047,192 from the US Patent and Trademark office in May 2013 for its telephone and Internet conferencing with speech recognition technologies.
- November 2009 – Jensen Genealogy uses C2 recording systems to record and transcribe interviews of polish immigrant’s life events to memorialize a generation of American stories.
- February 2008 Simply Magazine ships General Voice’s MVL technology on AudioPrint audio books now including synchronized audio, text, and pictures where audio books can be listened to, read or searched.
- March 2006: Ancestral Manor, People, Places and Things of the Past chooses to use C2 telephone system and MVL Transcripts for recording and distributing interviews and telephone conferences.
- February 2006, General Voice has signed an agreement and installs C2-Telephone pilot system at a correctional facility.
- November 2004, General Voice announces and releases patent pending peer to peer Internet conferencing software called Kontext providing VOIP peer to peer audio connections over the Internet. Kontext also includes text chat.
- March 2002, General Voice Technologies released a new standard of measurement for the voice recognition industry. Calling the new tool RAP Meter, CEO David A. Tiberii said, “The RAP Meter is a previously unavailable certification tool that provides verifiable measurements of speech engine accuracy and performance. RAP is an acronym for “Reliable Accuracy and Performance.” Used by testing labs like Tom’s Hardware RAP meter will help users to better understand how hardware components can affect speech recognition solutions.
- June 2001, Mangosoft Inc. (OTC BB: MNGX), a leading provider of Internet-enabling business software and services, and General Voice Inc., a pioneer in integrated voice recognition solutions, today announced a marketing alliance that will help make voice recognition technology easier and more accessible to users.
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