Month: September 2017

Voice Biometrics Workshop

A workshop of EIG and the voice compass team Aachen, September 11, 2008 the enterprise integration group (EIG) presents a design and safety workshop in collaboration with the voice compass team on September 30 in the Novotel Aachen. The focus of this workshop is the question of why automated call center has no or very little acceptance among the callers find applications. Underlying causes and appropriate solutions will be presented and clearly documented through video footage. It aims to look at IVR and voice biometrics in a new light. Currently the financial damage caused by identity theft in the telephony sector is growing. The call for more security is getting louder. Latest developments in the area of voice biometrics (voice pattern identifying) promise help. onclusion.

Used almost exclusively for in-house applications, the benefits of voice is discovered biometry now also for use in the call center. The workshop shows how one can successfully master this crucial step. What you don’t know, you don’t trust the. So fights also the innovative Voice Biometrics area despite the sophisticated technology, with significant acceptance problems. At the same time, the enrolment is the process in which the caller deposited his voice pattern time consuming and thus expensive. EIG provides biometrics before her voice procedure, in which you can bypass these difficulties.

The Voice Biometrics places high demands on the design of the dialog. To meet this, a good design is more important than in conventional IVR. That is why the participants of the workshop allowing insight into the proven techniques of IVR to the EIG. All interested parties who would like deeper dive into this matter, the workshop at the heart was set. Detlev Artelt, editor of the voice compass is also involved as an expert in the workshop and explains the participants the necessary background knowledge about speech technologies in practice. Here for more information and the ability to login: workshop/workshop_aachen_de.php about Detlev Artelt voice compass team Detlev Artelt is Managing Director of aixvox GmbH in Aachen and well-known author of various papers and market studies in the field of database-based computer voice systems in conjunction with speech recognition and synthesis. Detlev Artelt is also the Publisher of the voice compass”an annual, international compendium of language automation market. This publication is divided into logical areas all relevant providers and helps the decision makers to understand this technology, the benefits and the market. He is also the voice compass valuable tips on the use of language technology company. Detlev Artelt also directs the Working Group of unified communications at the eco Association. about EIG enterprise integration group EIG AG is an independent, vendor-neutral IVR design and consulting firm.

Hyper Text Markup Language

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The content, images, videos, Web design, etc. Making one single Web page are a handful of files that make up what is seen when visits a Web site. Your website files are stored and organized in folders on the Web server that is perfectly connected to the WWW to via the Internet. Web pages are displayed in the browser thanks to the HTML or Hyper Text Markup Language programming language. This language provides a method for creating structured documents. To do so, denotes the structural semantics of individual elements of the website, such as text, headers, links, quotes and other items. Web servers simply serve files requested by browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera Web and many more.

The Sun

Since anchor King Gotthilf Fischer should not be missed, which is based in the Nightie out of the window at night, to sleep to provide. For their anniversary film hatched NoRMAhl band members themselves in the roles of their narrow-minded fathers, whose life is happening between everyday work and nightly drunken stupor in the village Tavern. A history of two generations of sympathetic loser – in a truly wild time… Jong r – the soundtrack truly great listening cinema offers for really little money because even the soundtrack to the film. 19 tracks are sure to find every track was finely carefully embedded in the dramatic flow of the Strip, and newly recorded each track.

One even in very special way: “Thirst” could interpret Normahl from the local music society – as noise-leather folk music version. There remains guaranteed no eye dry – and folklore custodians Fischer, in the film with a supporting role considered his true joy it would have. Worth listening highlights but form “Go like a tiger” of course NoRMAhl hits like the catchy balladeske, called for many punk fans in the same breath with “Here comes Alex” the pants, the rough early work “Bullshit total”, or the “German weapons” lost after the Winnender rampage of involuntarily to most current explosiveness. Also its really peaceful hometown gets off his fat – NoRMAhl call him simply “Ghost town”. Two brilliant cover – version also offer Besa & co: “Suspicious minds” by Elvis Presley and “Holidays in The Sun” by the sex pistols, tear punchy, inspired and everything else as anbiedernd on the boxes. That Normahl, which have none of their power–have lost four of Germany’s oldest place of punk, and prove something to himself, nor anyone, but show the best newly composed tracks: whether “Berlin”, “after all these years” or “So I stay punk” – even or especially because of their 30-year-old rock experience, Besa and co.