ClueCon 2015 Recap

I’ve just returned from ClueCon 2015. It was easily the most successful ClueCon I’ve yet experienced. Besides seeing so many regulars from the FreeSWITCH community, I was pleasantly surprised by the increase in patronage from other VoIP worlds, especially Asterisk and WebRTC. Seeing so many friends in one place was great. ClueCon is really living […]

ClueCon 2014: Building Intelligent Assistants

Building Intelligent Assistants using FreeSWITCH, Speech Recognition and Text-to-Speech While most of us already know the power of FreeSWITCH for routing calls and hosting conferences, things really get interesting when we give FreeSWITCH a voice, and the ability to react to our speech. Fortunately for us, FreeSWITCH has broad capabilities for adding speech recognition and […]

ClueCon 2014: Dangerous Demo

Our very own founder, Ben Klang, participated again in the Dangerous Demo competition and won The Most Entertaining Demo – for his incentivized interactive language instruction service built upon an Interactive Voice Response system. Dangerous Demo was started by Truphone’s Head of Research, James Body, to identify new and emerging technology that can eventually be […]

State of the Project: Adhearsion over the summer of 2010

It has now been a busy two months since Jason invited me to join the Adhearsion project as its core maintainer.  We have seen the long-awaited release of 0.8.4, which brought several bugfixes and support for Asterisk 1.6.0 (and later).  We have seen an explosion of activity in the IRC channel (irc.freenode.net #adhearsion) and on […]