What’s New with Cognitive Services Speech SDK and Speech Devices SDK

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See how easy it is to use the new Cognitive Services Speech SDK to build speech applications; and use the Speech Devices SDK with the matched dev kits to accelerate the integration with the Speech services on the ambient devices with customized key word.

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    Matt

    Great presentation, had a tinker with this in Sydney, Australia today. LUIS is a little flakey with a number of web socket auth errors when building out a prototype app. Speech SDK is solid.

    During the Keyword Spotting section, (14:55) Rob Chambers mentions a website where you can build out your own custom "wake" word. Can you provide the URL?

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    monroehorn

    This seems really amazing. Where do I go to download this SDK? Also, I second the request to provide the URL for create a wake word.

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    weixu
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    roryap

    Hello, I'm interested in using wake words for applications that run on Windows PCs, not on custom hardware.  I can only seem to find information about using wake words with devices we're designing, and utilizing the hardware from ROOBO to develop it.  Do you have any docs specific to that need?

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    I3db

    There is an implementation of a number of these features as well as using probabilities and error handling to prompt the user how to improve, which in turn improves LUIS output. You need a Hololens to be ise it though. It's the Tesseract app.

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    I3db

    There is an implementation of a number of these features as well as using probabilities and error handling to prompt the user how to improve, which in turn improves LUIS output. You need a Hololens to be ise it though. It's the Tesseract app.

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