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 […]

Adhearsion Survey Results v2

In January, we put together the second round of the Adhearsion Community Survey to gather data on how Adhearsion is being used in the wild, and what factors are important to the people and projects using it. This survey closed on Friday 28th February, and we’ve got the results for you right here in full […]

Voice apps in the real world

In my previous blog post I went through getting started with the Telephony Dev Box. However, most real-world apps are more than simply a telephony engine and Adhearsion. This post picks up where that one left off, and moves from ‘getting started’ into something a bit more real world. Here, we’ll build a complete development […]

Surveying Adhearsion Usage

It’s been approximately 7 months since we last surveyed the Adhearsion community about how and where Adhearsion is being used, and users’ priorities for the project. Since that time, much has changed. Here is a selection of highlights over that time: Major performance enhancements to Adhearsion 2 on Asterisk have been realized The Rayo specification […]

2013 AdhearsionConf Recap

A huge thank you for the over 50 attendees, speakers and sponsors who made the 4th AdhearsionConf a great success. During two amazing days, we were treated to exceptional presentations, inspired thinking, remarkable conversations and some notable surprises. More than 25 companies were represented, including: Clarity Telecom Digium Five9 Gogii Grasshopper Ifbyphone Isis Mojo Lingo […]