Dialogue Systems

Spoken Dialogue Capabilities in SAM

The SAM app enables users to do a variety of things using their voice, or a combination of voice and screen input. The Talkamatic Dialogue Manager handles these interactions and enables users to interact in a natural and intuitive way. Below, we will show some of the things you can do […]

By |September 30th, 2016|Context Awareness, Social Media, Voice Recognition|Comments Off on Spoken Dialogue Capabilities in SAM

Adaptation in Spoken Dialogue for Second Screen Interaction

One of the stated goals of SAM is to enable spoken interaction with social media on a Second Screen device. Dialogue systems (also known as voice interaction systems or voice-based user interfaces, or VUIs) enable spoken communication between humans and machines, typically complementing traditional human-machine interaction methods such […]

By |August 10th, 2015|Second Screen, Voice Recognition|Comments Off on Adaptation in Spoken Dialogue for Second Screen Interaction

The State of the Art of Dialogue Systems

What is a dialogue system?

One of the stated goals of SAM is “to create advanced interaction means with 2nd Screen social media by using state-of-the-art voice recognition techniques…” More precisely, the goal is to enable spoken interaction with 2nd Screen social media. Dialogue systems (also known as voice interaction systems or voice-based user interfaces, […]

By |October 22nd, 2014|Voice Recognition|Comments Off on The State of the Art of Dialogue Systems

Technology research – Part 1: Social Media

SAM adds value to technology research – Part 1: Social Media.

During the SAM project we aim to bring added-value to several technology research areas, allowing research to progress beyond the current state of the art. Stay tuned for upcoming publications and conference presentations by following SAM on Twitter. We identified eight areas as […]

By |December 2nd, 2013|Content Syndication, Second Screen, Social Media|Comments Off on Technology research – Part 1: Social Media