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Spitch selected for AI Bootcamp of Deutsche Telekom

06.02.2017 16:24

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More than 100 startups applied for the AI Bootcamp of the Deutsche Telekom and the incubator hub:raum in Berlin. One of the selected companies was Spitch, a Swiss provider of solutions based on Automatic Speech Recognition, Voice User Interfaces, and natural language voice data analytics.

On January 18th Spitch presented “Enterprise Speech- and Voice-Recognition” at the AI Bootcamp of Deutsche Telekom at their startup-incubator www.hubraum.com in Berlin; as part of the eLIZA project. More than 100 worldwide AI startup companies were pre-reviewed by the eLIZA team and 12 of the most-promising ones, that are developing solutions in the area of Cognitive Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Voice/Speech Recognition and Deep Learning were invited to Berlin.

Hub:raum, the incubator of Deutsche Telekom, invests in early stage startups, backs them with co-working space, mentoring and helps them to find the right business partners within Deutsche Telekom. eLIZA is the name of an innovative project aimed at developing a Virtual Digital Assistant supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Although Spitch has more than 50 worldwide professionals, enterprise customers and a growing revenue base, the company has joined hub:raum expecting to find new customers, and partners and learn from the other members. Spitch technologies are focused on facilitating knowledge work automation — one of the most promising IT trends of the next decade. The Spitch R&D team has over 50 years combined experience in R&D for Spoken Language Technologies (SLT), including Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), Text-to-Speech Synthesis (TTS), Information Retrieval (IR), and Natural Language Processing (NLP). 

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