The Liopa LipSecure Android SDK provides two levels of operations that includes a packaged LipSecure FragmentActivity for direct incorporation into any existing application pathway and access to the LipSecure REST API to post and analyse captured video. This LipSecure service checks for your Android applications, enabling you to verify that a real user is present at key points during application operation. The API requests a random phrase from the LipSecure Phrase Verifier, returning the phrase and a transaction ID and more. LipSecure prompts the user to speak a specific phrase or digit sequence and captures a short video of the user’s lips during their response. The video is then analysed LipSecure’s cloud platform and given a liveness score that is returned to the client application. Liopa technology understands speech just from lip movements; Augmenting audio recognition; Supporting biometrics.
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain, Events, Transcription, and Sports. One highlight is the Europeana Record API for retrieving data about Europe's art and historical artefacts. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
This week Microsoft announced its updates for the month of February to its Cognitive Services Speech SDK, currently in version 1.3. Included in the update is the selection of the desired input microphone by using the AudioConfig class, beta support for Unity and new sample code.