Voice SIG: Developments at the Oracle Voice Laboratory
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Curt Tuckey, Director
T. Todd Elvins, Product Director - Oracle Voice Laboratory
Developments at the Oracle Voice Laboratory
Oracle products are powering the mobile and voice revolutions. Oracle9iAS Wireless is the only true multi-channel platform that enables developers to create a service once, and then deliver the service via voice and small-screen devices.
In addition to providing the infrastructure, the Oracle Voice Laboratory (OVL) has developed a set of enhanced voice services and built a full-featured My.Oracle voice portal. The voice services are 100% VoiceXML-compliant and thus speech-recognition neutral, enabling Oracle’s customers to choose from a number of commercially available voice gateways and speech technologies. Oracle’s mobile and voice applications include personalized news & information, personal information management (address book, e-mail, calendar, voice dialing, etc), corporate directory, driving directions, yellow pages, flight status, and many more. The OVL has also developed techniques for implementing non-VoiceXML features, while still living within the VoiceXML specification.
About the Presenters
Curt Tuckey directs the Oracle Voice Laboratory, which focuses on speech-controlled internet services. From 1998 to 2000 he was an engineering manager at Motorola, responsible for Mya and MIX application development. From 1991 to 1998 he was a technical staff member of the Software and Systems Research Center at Bell Labs where, among other projects, he worked on telephone access to the internet.
T. Todd Elvins
T. Todd Elvins is the Product Director at the Oracle Voice Laboratory, where he helps define feature sets for Oracle9iAS Wireless voice services. Before joining Oracle, Todd was a founder and the CTO of the Indicast Corporation, and before that was a Principle Scientist at San Diego Supercomputer Center. Todd holds a PhD in computer engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
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