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Speaktoit, developer of human-computer interaction technologies based on natural language conversations and creator of the Assistant mobile app and api.ai natural language understanding API, today announced it will be exhibiting at the 2014 Samsung Developer Conference, held November 12-13 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Speaktoit will be exhibiting at Booth #406 where the company will present api.ai, its free-to-use API that offers developers a total solution for incorporating natural language understanding, speech recognition and text-to-speech functionality into apps and connected devices. Speaktoit will be presenting a sample integration of api.ai with the Samsung Gear S, demonstrating the platform's capabilities as part of a smartwatch wearable experience.
The 2014 Samsung Developer Conference features cutting-edge topics and technologies, including the growing line of Samsung smart wearables, Internet of Things applications, and additional trending industry topics presented by visionary leaders of their fields. Attendees of the globally-reaching conference are invited to interact with experiential exhibits showcasing the utility and playfulness of up-and-coming "Connected Living" technologies and their applications.
"The Samsung Developer Conference is a playground for Internet of Things technologies and offers a fascinating peek into the marvelous connected world of tomorrow," said Ilya Gelfenbeyn, CEO, Speaktoit. "Teaming our new api.ai platform with the Samsung Gear S and similar state-of-the-art wearables opens up new worlds of possibilities. The technology that enables hands-free commands of everything in our lives is just around the corner from arriving in our households, and we at Speaktoit are proud to give that exciting technology its voice."
With api.ai, developers are able to easily design human-computer interaction scenarios to program voice-enabled speech interfaces for apps and connected devices within minutes. The platform is based upon the natural language processing engine behind Speaktoit's Assistant, the highest-rated voice assistant app on the market, which has now processed over 1 billion spoken requests.