AstriCon 2014: Building Intelligent Assistants

Using Asterisk to Create “Her” In the film “Her” the protagonist falls in love with his computer, an artificial intelligence operating system. While most of us already love Asterisk, things really get interesting when we give Asterisk a voice, and the ability to listen to our instructions. Fortunately for us, Asterisk has impressive capabilities for […]

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 […]

VoIP Users Conference #453

Mojo Lingo founder, Ben Klang will be discussing Sippy Cup and Telephony Dev Box. Sippy Cup is a tool meant to make it easy to generate and run load test profiles with SIPp. It can even generate media, making it much simpler to test IVR interactions with SIPp, which is normally somewhat painful to do. […]

Adhearsion Voice Platforms: A Comparison

When I’m at conferences or working with Mojo Lingo clients, I’m often asked about voice application projects that use the Adhearsion framework. I’ve noticed that the majority of newcomers to the Adhearsion community have already chosen the VoIP platform they want to use. While I don’t have exact numbers, anecdotal evidence suggests that more often […]

Adhearsion 2: The New Menu DSL

Rapid and painless creation of complex IVRs has always been one of the defining features of Adhearsion for beginning and advanced programmers alike. Through the #menu DSL method, the framework abstracts and packages the output and input management and the complex state machine needed to implement a complete menu with audio prompts, digit checking, retries […]