The AT&T Speech API, powered by the AT&T WATSON speech engine, allows developers to add speech transcription to their apps. Users send audio and text is returned. With the API developers can create apps that run on any device and cellular network in the US.
The cross-carrier Speech API transcribes a spoken word audio file to text. It also takes into consideration spoken context such as searching for a TV show. The Speech API is optimized and tuned for specific contexts, including: Web Search, Business Search, Voicemail, SMS, Question and Answer, TV, and Generic.
The API uses REST protocols and XML, JSON data formats.
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Code sample available in C#, Java, PHP, Ruby, and VB languages. The examples and live demo work with the text to speech functionality of the AT&T Speech API. Other code samples, different from this one, include speech to text, and speech to text custom.
Speech to Text Custom by AT&T sample code. Includes C#, Java, PHP, Ruby, and Visual Basic languages. The code examples also include a live demo with download option. AT&T offers a demo site to test the app at http://developer.att.com/apis/speech/docs
The AT&T code samples in C#, Java, PHP, Ruby, and VB aim to provide a better understanding on how the speech to text feature could work in application development. AT&T Speech adds functionality with a RESTful API. Includes 1 million calls in Premium Access according to the AT&T Speech site.